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publish date: 2017-07-31

The following very simple example of a portion of an HTML document illustrates how to create a link within a paragraph. When rendered on the screen (or by a speech synthesizer), the link text will be “final report”; following the link will cause the browser to retrieve the resource identified by “”:

    <p class="moreinfo">For more information see the 
    <a href="">final report</a>.</p>

The class attribute on the paragraph’s start tag (“<p>”) can be used to add style to all such paragraphs that have that attribute value. For instance, to italicize the text of all “moreinfo” paragraphs using CSS, one could write:

    p.moreinfo { 
appendage :