How to make a link from your web page Need help? just ask!

TEXT LINK Copy and paste this code (or similar) into your web page:
<b><a href="http://reviewing.co.uk/">Active Reviewing Guide at http://reviewing.co.uk</a></b><br> Free tips, tools, articles, links & ezines for dynamic experiential learning.
The result will look something like this:

    Active Reviewing Guide at http://reviewing.co.uk
    Free tips, tools, articles, links & ezines for dynamic experiential learning.
IMAGE + TEXT LINK Do you want a more colourful link? Here's how: 
• Click your right mouse button on the image below. Select 'Save picture/image as …'.
• Save the 'reviewing.co.uk.gif' file to the same directory as your web page.
• Copy and paste the code below (or similar) into your web page.
<a href="http://reviewing.co.uk/"> <img align=left border=0 height=40 width=40 hspace=10 vspace=2 src="reviewing.co.uk.gif" alt="[ACTIVE REVIEWING]"> Guide to Active Reviewing ~ http://reviewing.co.uk</a><br> Free tips, tools, articles, + ezines for dynamic experiential learning.
The result will look something like this:

[ACTIVE REVIEWING] Guide to Active Reviewing ~ http://reviewing.co.uk
Free tips, tools, articles, + ezines for dynamic experiential learning.

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