Como enlazar paginas en html con un boton

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Without jQuery, you’ll have to make a function that contains the code as described, and put in an onclick attribute that references your function, and passes “this” as a parameter to your function, so you can get the reference to the link/button element that called it.

Bookmark your item on the same page that you want to redirect to by assigning it an id. Assume id=”itemId”, then use<a class=”btn btn-large btn-primary” href=”#itemId”>Democracy</a>. When you click the button, you will be redirected to the part of the page containing that item.

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There are several ways of creating an HTML button, that acts like a link (i.e., clicking on it the user is redirected to the specified URL). You can choose one of the following methods to add a link to the HTML button.

Add a link styled as a button with CSS properties. A href attribute is the required attribute of the <a> tag. It specifies a link on the web page or a place on the same page where the user navigates after clicking on the link.

<style> .button { background-color: #1c87c9; border: none; color: white; padding: 20px 34px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none; display: inline-block; font-size: 20px; margin: 4px 2px; cursor: pointer; } </style>

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but the problem with this is that in Safari and Internet Explorer, it adds a question mark character to the end of the URL. I need to find a solution that doesn’t add any characters to the end of the URL.

If necessary, set CSS display: inline; on the form to keep it in the flow with the surrounding text. Instead of <input type=”submit”> in above example, you can also use <button type=”submit”>. The only difference is that the <button> element allows children.

But the problem with this is that in some version of popular browsers such as Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer, it adds a question mark character to the end of the URL. So in other words for the code above your URL will end up looking like this:

There is one way to fix this, but it will require server-side configuration. One example using Apache Mod_rewrite would be to redirect all requests with a trailing ? to their corresponding URL without the ?. Here is an example using .htaccess, but there is a full thread here:

Solution #1 (Button in a form) seems like the most transparent for users with minimal work required. If your layout is not impacted by this choice and the server side tweak is feasible, this is a good option for cases where accessibility is the top priority (e.g. links on an error page or error messages).

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but the problem with this is that in Safari and Internet Explorer, it adds a question mark character to the end of the URL. I need to find a solution that doesn’t add any characters to the end of the URL.

If necessary, set CSS display: inline; on the form to keep it in the flow with the surrounding text. Instead of <input type=”submit”> in above example, you can also use <button type=”submit”>. The only difference is that the <button> element allows children.

But the problem with this is that in some version of popular browsers such as Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer, it adds a question mark character to the end of the URL. So in other words for the code above your URL will end up looking like this:

There is one way to fix this, but it will require server-side configuration. One example using Apache Mod_rewrite would be to redirect all requests with a trailing ? to their corresponding URL without the ?. Here is an example using .htaccess, but there is a full thread here:

Solution #1 (Button in a form) seems like the most transparent for users with minimal work required. If your layout is not impacted by this choice and the server side tweak is feasible, this is a good option for cases where accessibility is the top priority (e.g. links on an error page or error messages).

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