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Figure 6.12 shows how this section looks when it displays.
Part M of the
Online Music
In the last line (the See Also), linking the composer names to their respective sections
elsewhere in the reference would be useful. If you use the procedure you learned earlier,
you can create a link here around the word Byrd to the page b.html . When your readers
select the link to b.html , the browser drops them at the top of the Bs. Those hapless
readers then have to scroll down through all the composers whose names start with B
(and there are many of them: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner) to get to Byrd—a lot
of work for a system that claims to link information so that you can find what you want
quickly and easily.
What you want is to link the word Byrd in m.html directly to the section for Byrd in
b.html . Here's the relevant part of b.html you want to link. (I've deleted all the Bs
before Byrd to make the file shorter for this example. Pretend they're still there.)
In this example, you see the use of the <em> tag. This tag is used
to specify text that should be emphasized. The emphasis usually
is done by rendering the text italic in the browser. I used it rather
than the <i> tag because it describes the meaning I intend to
convey rather than just describing a physical style for text on the
<!DOCTYPE html><html>
<title> Classical Music: B </title>
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