Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating image links, part of XHTML and HTML Essential Training.
Remember that an image is an inline element and that means that it flows as part…of the text and that also means that we get to use images for links.…You'll see this a lot, you see an image in a web page and you click on that…image and it takes you some place else and everybody is happy.…They can use their images as links as it should be.…And so, here's an example of how that's done.…This is an XHTML file and here's a paragraph, and in that paragraph we have…"This paragraph has an image that is also a link."…And in fact, you see it down here in the browser.…
This paragraph has an image that is also a link.…And there is the image and you can see it's got this pretty blue box around it,…which ought to tell you that that's a link.…You see the browser changes when I move it over that and when I click on it,…it will take us to lynda.com because here's the anchor tag,…a href=http://www.lynda.com/.…So, I click on that and there is the lynda. com web page and I'll press the Back button.…It will take us back here.…
- Understanding the structure of an HTML or XHTML document
- Creating and using templates
- Controlling white space and line breaks
- Making effective use of tables and frames
- Flowing text around an image
- Formatting tables with CSS
- Creating web pages that work properly across platforms and devices
- Reviewing a case study of a complete web site
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing XHTML and HTML
2. Text Tags
3. Image Tags
Using inline images3m 17s
4. Link Tags
9. Creating a Simple Web Page from Scratch
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