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Hour 26. Managing Your Web with FrontPage > Hyperlinking to Other Web Pages

Hyperlinking to Other Web Pages

As your Web presence grows and you create more Web pages, some of your Web pages will refer to other Web pages. Part of the reason HTML grew so popular so quickly, and part of the reason early Web-page designers chose HTML as the engine behind the pages, is that HTML provides a vehicle for hyperlinks to other Web pages. The Web-browsing viewers can view one Web page, go to another simply by clicking a hyperlink, and then press the browser's Back button and go right back to where they started.

To Do: Add a Link to a Web Page

Inserting a hyperlink in a FrontPage Web page is as simple as doing so in Word and other Office 2003 programs. You saw how to add a hyperlink to PowerPoint presentations in Hour 14, “Animating Your Presentations.” To add a link to the Web page you created in the previous Web hour, you would follow these steps:


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