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how to make the short cut of this links,any one guide me

 
ajay verma
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http://www.google.com/intl/en/mobile/mail/#utm_source=en-cpp-g4mc-gmhp&utm_medium=cpp&utm_campaign=en



this is the address i want to write different like : see here or click on this link.how it is possible to show to other user so that they can click on the link like
see here

or

click on the link

instead of clicking on the

http://www.google.com/intl/en/mobile/mail/#utm_source=en-cpp-g4mc-gmhp&utm_medium=cpp&utm_campaign=en


i am waiting for your reply


thanks
 
Eric Pascarello
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You mean this:



I think you should read through this: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp

Eric
 
ajay verma
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see the example like: log out
when you click on "log out " how it is taking the address like:

http://www.javaranch.com

you replied the solution,but it is different

kindly see in the javaranch page,the whole page contains many hyperlink (means they are creating the shortcut of hyperlink) ,

you just click on on hyperlink button and see,one option will come like:

open
open in new window

save target as..
print target
create shortcut
add to favourite
properties



how it is possible

kindly guide me.......



thank you
 
Greg Pugh
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The answer given was correct. The dropdown options are part of your browser, not any code on the page. Look at it this way:

<a href="put any really long link address inside quotes in this tag">Click Here</a>

what ever words appear between <a href=""> and </a> are what appears to the user as the link. In this case the words are 'click here'.

w3schools are where you need to be. They've got examples that demonstrate how all the html tags work.

G
 
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