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Chapter 9. Linking Pages > Absolute Linking

Absolute Linking

The example we just looked at, which used a complete URL as its value, is referred to as an absolute link. This means that you use absolutely the entire Web address—not just a part of it. You must include the beginning http: information, as well as the domain. This will then take you to that Web site's default home page.

Concerned about linking to other people's pages? How about having other people link to yours? See, "Reciprocal Link Refusal" in the Troubleshooting section at the end of the chapter for more information.


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