HTML Tags < a href - Anchor Name.

Anchor Links – create internal link href tags…and other useful html basics following the examples below.

< A HREF=“#anchor name”>Desitination</A>


An anchor tag allows you to place links in the body of your post which allow readers to jump to a specific location on the page. WordPress users remember you need to be in the text edit mode.

HTML Tag examples:

link 1 < a href=“#courses”>See best courses</a>

link 2 As an example, the corresponding link may be a sub-heading which will
need to included the following: < a name=“courses”></a>


header tags

<H1>Header 1</H1> Header 1

<H2>Header 2</H2> Header 2

<H3>Header 3</H3> Header 3

<H4>Header 4</H4> Header 4

<H5>Header 5</H5> Header 5

<H6>Header 6</H6> Header 6

text format tags




graphics TAGS

Clickable Image: you may use this code to create your own clickable images. All you need is the url of the location of your image and the url of where you want users to visit when they click on your image.

<a href=””><img src=”×250-wddcc-orange-banner.png” alt=“handbook”/></a>

This is how the ad banner below appears in code form. From time to time youmay be requested to provide this data for when advertising through various services, or for when working with a team of partners who are helping to promote your product or service on their own websites.


The code for the image above consist of two links;

A. the target or destination link. In above’s case this is:

B. the image url. In above’s case this is:×250-wddcc-orange-banner.png


other graphic tags

<IMG SRC=”imagename.gif“> ( left aligned by default )

<IMG SRC=”imagename.gif” Align=Right>

<P ALIGN=Center><IMG SRC=”imagename.gif“>

<IMG SRC=”imagename.gif” Align=right Vspace=10>

<IMG SRC=”imagename.gifAlign=left Hspace=20>

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