To create a link which specifies an Absolute URL, you specify
the server type (ie:
http), the host name (ie:
and full path name specification (ie:
/abs-url.htmll), for example,
the following URL:
could be used in an Anchor tag to point to the document you are currently reading.
It is highly recommend that you use a relative URL instead of an absolute URL in your Anchor tags. The reason for this is that it is much easier to move a group of related HTML documents to a different directory (or a different server), without modification, if you are using relative URL specifications.
Tell me more about Relative URLs.
Revised: Friday, 23 July 1999 by EIE WebMistress