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How do you find out who wrote a website?

Finding a Website Author. Look at the top and bottom of an article. Many websites that employ contributing and staff writers will often display the author name at the top or bottom of an article. This is the first place you should look for an author.

When was the site last updated?

Open the webpage in a browser that you want to find the last updated date. Go to address bar and type the command “javascript:alert(document. lastModified)” at the end of the URL. Press enter to see a popup showing the last updated or modified date of that page.

How can I be notified when a website updates?

Monitor websites for changes and notifies you when any change occurs.

  1. Step 1/3. Enter the URL address of the content of interest.
  2. Step 2/3. Select area or Pick element on the web preview and set checking frequency.
  3. Step 3/3. Enter your email address and start monitoring. GO! chevron_right. refresh Refresh.

Linking to other Web Pages. Linking in HTML code is done with the anchor tag, the tag. The letter “A” in the tag is then followed by an attribute. For a link to another web page, the “A” is followed by “HREF”.

What is it called when one Web page is linked to another Web page?

Hypertext links are those words that take you from one web page to another when you click them with your mouse.

Yes, it is possible to link within the current page, which is called internal linking.

The HTML element (or anchor element), with its href attribute, creates a hyperlink to web pages, files, email addresses, locations in the same page, or anything else a URL can address. Content within each should indicate the link’s destination.

To create an email link in your email or newsletter, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the block where you wish to put the email link.
  2. In the toolbar, click on the Insert Link icon.
  3. Instead of a Web address, type in the email address you want to use, using this format: mailto:[email protected] instead of a URL.


  1. In your email template, type or select the email text.
  2. Highlight the text and click the Edit/Insert button.
  3. In Link Properties, change the link type to Email (mailto).
  4. Enter a valid email address.
  5. Enter the subject line text.
  6. Optional: Add personalization to either the email or subject.
  7. Click OK.