Create an Anchor for hyperlink navigation. Commonly called just plain "links." It's safe to place images, line breaks, and text between the opening and closing tags.
|accesskey|| Create a shortcut key or a "Hotkey". By pressing and holding the "alt" key along with the hotkey, you can activate hyperlinks. Not supported by all browsers.|
|href|| Specify a url for your elements. Use a local URL or an internet URL.|
|name|| Choose a name for an element. Names can be used with other web programming languages to unify your site or run scripts obtaining user info.|
|tabindex|| Numbers elements in a tab order, allowing for manipulation of what happens when the user presses the "Tab" key.|
|target|| Defines the window/frame to be recieving the requested document.|
|type|| Sets the type of element, several variations of types can be set for nearly all elements.|
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