So, You Want A Link Button, Huh? (and updates by editorial staff) You know that the web is held together through a series of hypertext links. Or, as a student of mine called it "A web of blue words. " That's not a bad way of putting it actually. Now, it's possible for you to use hex codes to change the color of the links and visited links. In this tutorial I'll show you an easy way to make your own link button--with your own wording--in order to brighten up your page and make a nice classy departure from all the blue words. What I'm Talking About Below is a link button: Go ahead -- click on it. Welcome back. How To Make the Button Here are the commands I used to place the button above: If you've already read the tutorial on forms you already know most of this.
FORM tells the computer a form item is going here. The second command (the input command) places the button. INPUT TYPE tells what type of input will occur (duh!). Finally, end the whole thing with this: It's simple and it looks nice. What About that "? "