Sometimes you may want to use a button to link to another page or website rather than to submit a form or something like that. This is fairly simple to do and can be achieved in several ways.

One way is to simply wrap your <button> tag in an <a> tag:

<a href='https://www.freecodecamp.org/'><button>Link To freeCodeCamp</button></a>

This transforms your entire button into a link.

A second option is to create your link as you normally would with your <a> tag and then style it via CSS:

<a href='https://www.freecodecamp.org/'>Link To freeCodeCamp</a>

Once you’ve created your link, you can the use CSS to make it look like a button. For instance, you could add a border, a background color, some styles for when the user is hovering the link…

Another way to add a button is to wrap an input inside form tags. Specify the desired target URL in the form action attribute.

<form action="http://google.com">
    <input type="submit" value="Go to Google" />
</form>

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