1979 Chrysler 300

Linking to the 1979 Chrysler 300 Web Page


Using the provided graphics

If you make a link to the main page, from your own Chrysler Products site, I'd like to hear about it.

To do so, you'll need to edit your web page's html file and insert either of the two following sets of codes, depending on which .gif you'd like to use:

Note : You can link to any of these pages, with or without the graphics provided. The graphics shown are not necessary for successful linking.

Inserting this code, will link to the 1979 Chrysler 300 Web Page, using the the graphic shown:

<a href="http://pw1.netcom.com/~pow/1979Chrysler300.html">
<img src="http://pw1.netcom.com/~pow/300box.gif"></a>


Inserting this code, will link to the 1979 Chrysler 300 Web Page, using the the graphic shown:

<a href="http://pw1.netcom.com/~pow/1979Chrysler300.html">
<img src="http://pw1.netcom.com/~pow/300boxb.gif"></a>
 


Additional Explanation:

For new web authors, the process I describe will work for any web browser, be it: Netscape, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, America Online's version, etc.

A simple html page, like the main page of the 1979 Chrysler 300 Web Page, has a basic format.

The Format of a simple html page

The format of any simple html page contains the following sets of tags:
Note: The blue text shown in the example below is not to be included in the actual html code. The blue text words are my own comments:

<html> This statement heads of every html page, and may included comments and other parameters which may be automatically applied by the web server's system, on which the html file resides
<head> This comment usually includes the "Title" opening and closing tags.
<title>
Any text between this and its corresponding closing tag, makes the title of the page, which is different from the viewable portion of your web page.
</title>
</head>
<body>
Here is where you enter the code to link to the graphics in the examples above. Also here, is where you enter the text of your web page. Between the "Body" opening and closing tags, there are many other options, which is beyond the scope of this primer, other than to provide more clarity to the process needed to link to the main web page, from your own, using the .gif files found on the main page.
</body>
</html>


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Changes last made on: Sun Nov 8 07:24:40 1998
Now, if all the code was properly entered, when you make the link from your web page to the 1979 Chrysler 300 Web Pge, it should take you to it, when you click on the graphic: