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HTML Calendar Coding

HTML Calendar Coding

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I have a calendar coded already and want to set a hyperlink within a specific day on the calendar. See Below. My link does not work within the day I have the link associated with. What am I doing wrong?

<tr>
<td valign='top' align='right' height='175' width='175'>6</td>
<td <a href="http://www.dol.gov/laborday/history.htm"> valign='top' align='right'>7 </a></td>
<td valign='top' align='right'>8</td>
<td valign='top' align='right'>9</td>
<td valign='top' align='right'>10</td>
<td valign='top' align='right'>11</td>
<td valign='top' align='right'>12</td>
</tr>

Any thought on this is appreciated.

Thanks,
Smitty

RE: HTML Calendar Coding

Looks like you've got your tag delimiters in the wrong place. Try this:

<td valign='top' align='right'><a href="http://www.dol.gov/laborday/history.htm"> 7 </a></td>


You might also want to move the space (after the 7) outside the hyperlink, but that's a minor cosmetic issue.

Mike

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