HTML links, or anchors as they are properly called, enable us to point not only to files, but also to specific sections of a page, and can be a handy way of “linking with precision,” narrowing the focus of a destination. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at the differences between four methods of anchoring, noting what benefits either method may gain. We’ll also look at the title attribute, and how it can improve a link’s accessibility, as well as the styling of links using CSS.


Extra Credit Screen Reader Level Link Title Attribute Empty Element 
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