The HTML URL Link ( <a href="URL
</a> ) is a pretty straight forward Anchored Hypertext REFerence
equating to a quoted valid web [page] address. An example would be:
<a href="http://www.zymic.com/index.php">ZYMIC WEBMASTER RESOURCES</a>
This above link provides a TEXT
URL Link to ZYMIC WEBMASTER RESOURCES
Utilizing an IMAGE
(your "button" Badboy104) ( <a href="URL
"><img src="FILENAME PATH
"></a> ) the Anchored Hypertext REFerence
equating to a quoted valid web [page] address becomes just a little bit more coded:
<img src="zymic.jpg" alt="ZYMIC WEBMASTER RESOURCES"></a>
Here (above) the the WEB PAGE
(that has your URL Link to the other page) and the IMAGE
(your "button" Badboy104) reside in the same folder within the website. The IMAGE
is the "zymic.jpg" and the ALTERNATE
(in the event the IMAGE
fails to display on the web page) is the quoted ZYMIC WEBMASTER RESOURCES.
This above link provides a BUTTON
URL Link to
.Yes, You Need To Use The QUOTES As In The CODE(s).
For more information feel free to visit W3Schools HTML Links
and Tizag HTML - Image Links
Hope this helps you out.