To link to a site other than your own, you put an absolute
URL as the destination
href. Here are two examples:
See info <a href="http://www.keypoint.com/about_us/index.html">about KeyPoint</a>. <br /> See the <a href="http://www.w3.org/">World Wide Web Consortium</a> home page.
It looks like this (and you may want to give it a try)
Important: Although browsers don't require you to
http://, you must put it into your
href= attribute in order to correctly specify
an absolute URL.
Side note: since we didn't give a file name in the second link,
www.w3.org server served up its default file.
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