How to Create a Link to My Website?
A link to a Web site is a spot on a Web page that, when clicked, takes the visitor to the Web address (URL) specified in the link definition. This link can be in the form of text or a graphic, either of which the visitor clicks to go to the other site. The link is created in HTML with a Web-editing tool, such as Adobe Dreamweaver. The HTML "a" tag is used to define links to other websites.
Things You'll Need
- Web-page editing software
Open the Web-editing software and page you want to add the link to.
Click and drag the text or graphic you want to use as the link.
Enter the full link address on your Web site, starting with the "http://" prefix in the link-definition box in your Web-editing tool. In Dreamweaver, the box is located at the bottom of the screen in Properties Inspector. If you are working in the straight HTML rather than a WYSIWYG interface, do step 4.
Enter an "a href" tag to define the link to your website:Link Text Goes Here> at the point in your HTML file where you want the link to appear, using your Web site address in place of YOUR_DOMAIN_ADDRESS.
Click the File menu, then Save to save the changes to your Web-page file.
Open the file in a web browser to test the link.
Tips & Warnings
- To add a link to your Web site on someone else's site you will need to get permission from the owner of that site.