I have been trying to incorporate a link so when its clicked on it'll go to another page. I thought I could put a link inside the "onClick" where the word "link" is but I can't find it!
Answer Dear Becky,
You can easily accomplish this by having an "Anchor Tag", which we called links in web environment. Simply what you need to do is surround the image with a link. So once somebody click on the image it will go to your desired page.
Let's assume , you want to go to google.com , when someone clicks on the image. This is how you do this.
Also if you need to combine these technologies with an IDE like Dreamweaver, it's my pleasure!
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