Learn the difference between Absolute and Relative linking. Also see how to link to other html pages in your website folder structure. ITLS 5265 & 6265
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This video is made for learning about difference between relative and absolute pathname in HTML tutorial Hindi. Relative Versus Absolute Pathnames An important point to remember when creating links is to make sure the correct URL is given. In order to provide a link to documents in other directories, the complete path from the current document to the linked document must be indicated. For example, a link to a file called "abc.html" located in the subdirectory "xyz" would be written as: A HREF="xyz/abc.html" PQR /A These are called relative links because the path to the file being linked to is specified relative to the location of the current file. The absolute pathname (ie., the complete URL) of the file could also be used, but relative links are more efficient in accessing a server. They also have the advantage of making documents more "portable" -- for instance, several web pages stored in a single folder on a local computer, with relative hyperlinks between each other, could be uploaded to a web server together, where the links would continue to work just as they do within a locally stored copy. The exception to this is when links are made to websites on other servers the absolute pathway must be given (ie., the complete URL). Thus the relative pathway for this page is: A HREF="lesson5.htm" Whereas the absolute pathway is: A HREF="www.tutorialshut.com/htmltutorial/lesson5.htm"
Use absolute URLs for links to other people's sites; use relative URLs for links within your site.
http://codebabes.com/courses/html-virgin/html-links-and-images Ok, now we have a few elements on our HTML page. But it's called the world wide web right? The thing that really makes the web work are links. Links to pages you like. Links to Ryan Gosling pictures. Links to pictures of babes like me. Links to all the things! You do this with the almighty A tag. By itself the A tag creates a hyperlink and you tell the link where to go with the H REF attribute. Add HREF then equals, and the link you want in quotes. You can make this an absolute link like HTTP codebabes.com or a relative link to something within your website. Let's say we had another html file in our directory, we could link to this with a relative link. So the href attribute would look like HREF equals page 2 dot html. The browser already knows the html file you're viewing is in the website directory, so it looks for page 2 dot html relative to that location, hence the name relative link. Pages full of text and links are great, but let's face it, a little boring. Time to spice things up! Let's add some images! You wouldn't be able to look at babes online all day if it weren't for images! To add an image to a website you need to use the IMG tag. Let's look at an example. Image tags are an example of a tag that doesn't have to be closed. Here is what an image tag looks like: http://codebabes.com/courses/html-virgin/html-links-and-images The SRC or source attribute lets the browser know where to find the image within your web directory, or you can specify some other image on the internet if you have it's full url, which would be called an absolute link. Let's open our site folder and add an image directory. I'll put a babelicious picture of myself in there to reference. Sometimes if people need to resize an image you can use the optional height and width attributes, if they are not included the browser will just display the image at it's full size. The alt attribute is for accessibility and let's people who are using screen readers or other tools know what the image is about. Alright, nice work, now we'll move onto html layout, hope you can still concentrate. http://codebabes.com/courses/html-virgin/html-links-and-images
https://github.com/SleekPanther/php-magic-linking This template solves the problem of linking to the same file from a different location. You can now use 1 copy of nav with a php include on every page & never worry about including ../ in your href any more! The readme for this project has more detailed instructions Using Sublime Text, seriously powerful editor https://www.sublimetext.com/ Check out some helpful tutorials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVkR1ZkNusI&index=1&list=PLpcSpRrAaOaqQMDlCzE_Y6IUUzaSfYocK
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All my videoes can be seen on my homepage www.gauteferstad.com. In this tutorial we learn how to link your webpages together. Not external links as we learned in our last tutorial. I show you how to make a folder to keep your documents in and show you how to make your documents communicate with each other using relative links (paths).