Hyperlink Codes

What are the parts of a hyperlink?

These are the internal hyperlinks codes used for the youtubetutorial.org website. For SEO purposes, there are around 500 words per page. That means it is necessary to have multiple pages for the tutorial. You will see that the hyperlinks look like this:
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#aspect” target = “blank”>Aspect ratio</a>

♦ The <a> tag defines a hyperlink.

♦ The “a” stands for “anchor”.

♦ When you click on the anchor, you go to a “target”.

♦ The “href” attribute stands for “hypertext reference”.

♦ If the “#aspect” were alone within the quotation marks, the hyperlink would take you to a target on the same page.

♦ In the example above, you go to a target on the page named “keynote-Slideshow”.

♦ A target attribute tells where the page will be opened. The default is within the current page. Here

target = “blank”

causes the page to be opened up in a new browser window.

External hyperlinks

What if the website you are on right now had a page about pet memorial stones with the title pet-memorial-stones/.  Then it would be okay to express your link to this page as pet-memorial-stones/.

However, what if pet-memorial-stones/ was on a website with a different URL called laserphoto.ca/.  Then it would be necessary to have both the URL and the  http://  in front of it like this: http://laserphoto.ca/pet-memorial-stones/.

Your WordPress hyperlink could be expressed like this:  pet memorial stones.

What internal hyperlinks were used in youtubetutorial.org website?

Adding audio to ScreenFlow (4) —
<a href = “using-keynote#audio”>Adding audio to ScreenFlow</a>

Adding photos to Keynote (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#photos”>Adding photos to Keynote</a>

Aspect ratio (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#aspect”>Aspect ratio</a>

Combining Clips (4) —
<a href = “speed-Up-Video-Clips#combine”>Combining clips from different ScreenFlow videos</a>

Finding funny photos online (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#gathering”>Finding funny photos online</a>

Freeze frame (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#freeze”>Freeze frame</a>

Google Earth video (4) —
<a href = “speed-Up-Video-Clips#earth”>Google Earth video</a>

Gurn, definition (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#gurn”>Gurn, definition</a>

Image capture software (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#skitch”>Image capture software</a>

Images, Using them in Keynote (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#gathering”>Images, Using them in Keynote</a>

iPhoto (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#gathering”>iPhoto</a>

Laser Photo (4) —
<a href = “speed-Up-Video-Clips#laser”>Laser Photo</a>

Media panel (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#gathering”>Media panel</a>

Publishing to YouTube (5) —
<a href = “editing-video-footage#publish”>Publishing to YouTube</a>

ScreenFlow video, making your first (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#first”>ScreenFlow video, making your first</a>

Scrubber (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#timeline”>Scrubber</a>

Skitch (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#skitch”>Skitch</a>

Text surrounding image in video (4) —
<a href = “speed-Up-Video-Clips#photos2”>Text surrounding image in video</a>

Timeline (3) —
<a href = “keynote-Slideshow#timeline”>Timeline</a>

Transitions (2) —
<a href = “animated-Slideshow#transitions”>Transitions</a>

Video within a video (5) —
<a href = “editing-video-footage#photos3”>Video within a video</a>

Speed up a clip (4) —
<a href = “speed-Up-Video-Clips#speed”>Speed up a clip</a>

Video ScreenFlow tutorials
<a href = “http://www.telestream.net/ScreenFlow/resources.htm#tutorials” target=”_blank”>Video ScreenFlow tutorials</a>

YouTube video into Keynote (5) —
<a href = “editing-video-footage#youtubeKeynote”>YouTube video into Keynote</a>

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