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Marking hypertext links in the navigation list
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5. Save your changes to the file.
6. Go to the tips.htm file in your text editor and then repeat Steps 2 through 5 to
change the text of the navigation list to hypertext links, saving your changes.
7. Go to the glossary.htm file in your text editor and then repeat Steps 2 through 5,
saving your changes.
Now that you've added hypertext links to each of the three documents, you'll test
those links in your browser.
8. Reload or refresh the home.htm file in your Web browser. As shown in
Figure 2-12, the entries in the navigation list are underlined, providing a visual
clue to the user that they are hypertext links.
Viewing hypertext links in the navigation list
underlined by de fault
9. Click the Tips link in the navigation list. The Tips page should open in your
10. Within the Tips page, click the Glossary link in the navigation list and then verify
that the Glossary page opens.
11. Within the Glossary page, click the Home link in the navigation list to return to the
CAMshots home page.
Trouble? If the links do not work, check the spelling of the filenames in the href
attributes of the <a> tags. Because some Web servers require you to match capi-
talization in a filename, you should verify this in your attributes as well.