Question: I always forget the HTML Syntax for anchor text in inbound links. Can you tell me what it is again?
HTML Syntax for Anchor Text
Absolutely. It can be difficult to remember the HTML syntax for anchor text. It is important to remember as well since inbound links, many created using HTML anchor text, are the foundation of building your presence on the web. Of course, if you use our easy SEO software, you’ll never need to remember the HTML anchor text syntax again as we automatically provide it to you as you see in the screenshot below:
So, as you see in the photo above, the anchor text works like this:
<a href="http://www.facebook.com/The.SEO.System">The SEO System on Facebook</a>
And, you may want to know a couple of extra tidbits. If you want a link to be “nofollow” or to open in another window, add following to your syntax:
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.facebook.com/The.SEO.System">The SEO System on Facebook</a>
We hope this answers your question. If not, simply use the comments below and we’ll help you out!
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