How do you do

How do you do Hypertext markup to make part of a document into link to other document ? :confused:

An anchor element creates a [U]hyperlink [/U]in the document and its href attribute sets the link’s target [U]URL[/U]. For example the HTML markup:

<a href=“http://gcaptain.com/images-bounty/”>Bounty</a>

will render the word "[U]Bounty[/U]"as a hyperlink to http://gcaptain.com/images-bounty.

Thank you,

Topsail

That’s easy. The rabbit comes up out of the hole, goes around the tree, then back down the hole. Hope that helps.

[QUOTE=Ea$y Money;101675]That’s easy. The rabbit comes up out of the hole, goes around the tree, then back down the hole. Hope that helps.[/QUOTE]

Do you know the Fool’s Knot ? I would show it to you but, I would be too scared that you hang yourself on to it … in the case that there is a head on top of the shoulder to hold on the knot to it ! :cool:

This reminds me of the time I greased up the pads on my grandmother’s walker… People just don’t have a sense of humor anymore.

in Word
drag cursor over it
right click
read the menu
that will be $29.99
discounted today as working in the GoM as a foreigner so I dont pay tax
or
I’ll swap you that for that knot the cowboys do that holds a horse on the hitchin rail but pull the bitter end of the rein and its loose, ( dont say its a slip knot)