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A link has two ends -- called anchors -- and a direction. The link starts at the "source" anchor and points to the "destination" anchor, which may be any Web resource (e.g., an image, a video clip, a sound bite, a program, an HTML document, an element within an HTML document, etc.).

Attribute :
href : Link type internal or external and which protocol is used
http link to a another page or another web site
-) ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com">click here</a>
mailto link a an email
-) ex1: <a href="mailto:email@site.com"></a> : simple email
-) ex2: <a href="mailto:email@site.com?subject=hello"></a> : email with subject
-) ex3: <a href="mailto:email@site.com?subject=hello&body=body of the message"></a> : email with subject and content
ftp link to an ftp server
-) ex: <a href="ftp://the_ftpserver.com"></a>
name Internal document link
-) ex1 : <a href="#here">click here</a> : internal link at the same web page
-) ex2 : <a href="other_page.html#there">click there</a> : external page link with a specified position
style style sheet of the link
ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com" style="font-family: arial;font-size: 12px; font-weight: bold;">click here</a>
target If you have frame you can specify in which frame it will be displayed
values :
_blank : open in a new navigator window
_self : open the link on the same frame
_parent : open the link from window parent
_top : open the link on the same window
ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com" target="_blank" >click here</a>
title give a little description of lhe link by opening a tool tip
ex : <a href="http://anothersite.com" title="my favorite link" >click here</a>
lang text link language
ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com" lang="en" >click here</a>
class define the style of the link, the style must be defined before in the header document
ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com" class="c1" >click here</a>
charset define character code
ex: <a href="http://anothersite.com" charset="ISO-8859-1" >click here</a>

For complete reference see html reference at W3C
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