In this section, we will learn what the href attribute is and how to use it.
What is href Attribute in HTML <link> Tag?
We use the href attribute in an HTML <link> element to set the address (URL) of the external resource we want the current document to link to.
Browsers then send a request to this address in order to get that external resource and load it in the current document.
HTML href Attribute in <link> Tag Syntax:
<link href = “external file address” rel = “rel” type = “type”>
<link> Tag href Attribute Values
The value we set for the href attribute is the address of an external resource that we want the current document to create a link with it.
Example: using href attribute in HTML <link> tag
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