This is a new paragraph. One important thing to remember is that the
Browser doesn't care how your file is formatted. The browser will only pay
attention to the formatting commands within the HTML file. The two used
most often are the paragraph break <P> and the line break<br>.
HTML directives are preceded by a less-than sign and closed with a
greater-than sign, which means that you will have to resort to < for
a less-than sign, > for a greater than sign, and & for an
ampersand. Luckily, they chose those characters because they aren't used
that often, and are still on every keyboard.
That was just a line break, so you could see the difference betwwen it and a paragraph break. Now, we will get into links. Here is a link to the Pegasus home page. The A stands for anchor, the href field gets set to the URL of where you want the link to go. The text between the anchor directive and the close-anchor will be the actual link visible on the page.