What the HTML code looks like for this hyperlink.
Hyperlinks aren't just blue, underlined words that magically take you to another place. Behind them, in the HTML, is a URL that tells the browser where to go when you click the link.
Take a look at the example on the left. "Microsoft Web site" is an example of a hyperlink. Under it is what the HTML looks like for the link.
Don't get too caught up in what the HTML means. Just pay attention to the part that's enclosed in quotation marks. That's a URL, and that's where the link takes you when you click it.