In the context of this exercise, do the links in the HTML always have to be text, or can we make other content into a link?
You can make other types of content of a page into a link, other than just text.
For most content, including text, you can simply turn them into a clickable link by wrapping them between the opening and closing
<a></a> tags. Whatever content is inside of the tags will become a clickable link.
For example, this will turn an image into a clickable link.
<a href="http://www.codecademy.com"> <img src="www.example.com/image.svg"> </a>
You can also make other HTML elements, such as
<div>, into clickable links. For example,
<a href="http://www.codecademy.com"> <div>Codecademy</div> </a>
Feel free to experiment with other types of content and see if they can become links!