So far in this book, you've concentrated on one Web page at time. While creating a single page is the crucial first step in building a Web site, sooner or later you'll want to wire several pages together so a Web trekker can easily jump from one to the next . After all, surfing is what the Web's all about.
It's astoundingly easy to create linksofficially called hyperlinks between pages. In fact, all you need to do is learn a single new tag: the anchor tag. Once you've mastered this bit of HTML lingo, you're ready to start organizing your Web site into separate folders and transforming your humble collection of Web pages into a full-fledged Web site.