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hi I am new to html
I am having set of video files more than 60 in my local drive
I like to create hyper link for all those video files in html, I try all the ways in net search but its not working
for me

can you people kindly give me tips,

thanks for your time.

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Last Post by Eagle.Avik
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ehm ... usually <a href > does that. but when you do that, and you want your site online, you'll have to put those files somewhere online.

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You can try the BBCODE or the AHREF. See some of my examples [URL=][/URL]
<a href=""></a> Hope it will work.
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Edited by xandermcnight: Wrong spelling

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I am having set of video files more than 60 in my local drive

local drive??!!!

I like to create hyper link for all those video files in html,

is your html file is on your local drive too???

you can easily do that with a href

but i am afraid you have to copy all the videos in same drive with same folder where the html file is, otherwise, lets say,

your html file is on E:\website\www\mywebsite.html

and your video files are on D:\Animation\movie set

here is your html code for hyper link:

<html>
<head>
<title> my video list</title>
</head>
<body>
<a href="D:\Animation\movie set\1.mp4"> click here to show or download video no 1</a>
<a href="D:\Animation\movie set\2.mp4"> click here to show or download video no 2</a>
    //and so on.....
</body>
</html>

you just have to put the correct directory link in the a href

OR,

if you have both videos and the html file on the same drive. here is an example:

your html file is on E:\website\www\mywebsite.html

and your video files are on E:\website\www\movies

here is your html code for hyper link:

<html>
<head>
<title> my video list</title>
</head>
<body>
<a href="movies\1.mp4"> click here to show or download video no 1</a>
<a href="movies\2.mp4"> click here to show or download video no 2</a>
    //and so on.....
</body>
</html>

i hope this helps, you can learn basic html link, and how they works on mdn
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