The main problem related to button HTML href is that it can be difficult to style the button in a way that looks consistent across different browsers. Additionally, when using an anchor tag with a href attribute, the link will open in the same window by default, which may not be desirable for certain types of links. Finally, if the href attribute is not properly configured, clicking on the button may result in an error page.
<button><a href="">Click Here</a></button>
1. This line of code creates a button element in HTML.
2. Inside the button element, there is an anchor tag with an empty href attribute.
3. The anchor tag contains the text “Click Here”.
Definition of HREF
HREF stands for Hypertext Reference and is an HTML attribute used to define a hyperlink. It is used to link one page to another, either on the same website or a different website. The HREF attribute specifies the destination of the link and can be used with other HTML elements such as , , and
To style an anchor tag as a button in HTML, you can use the following code:
Then add the following CSS to your stylesheet:
background-color: #4CAF50; /* Green */
padding: 15px 32px;
display: inline-block; font-size: 16px; margin: 4px 2px; cursor: pointer;}