An “a href link” (or “href link”) is HTML code that uses an <a> tag and href attribute to create a clickable hyperlink. For example, this href link creates the hyperlink “Semrush”:<a href="https://www.semrush.com/">Semrush</a>There are other types of HTML links (e.g., the <link> tag). Examples include:Navigational links to other pages on your siteContextual links to other pages on your siteAnchor links (or jump links) on your pagesLinks to files (e.g., ebooks) on your domain’s serverBy using internal links effectively, you encourage users to explore your site. Choose the Right Href Attribute ValueThe href attribute value is the link destination. After setting up, find the “Internal Linking” report and click “View details.”Then, look at the “Internal Link Issues” to see whether you have:Broken links (links that point to a nonexistent destination)Too many on-page links (more than 3,000 links on a single page)Internal links with nofollow attributesOrphan pages (sitemap pages without any internal links pointing to them)Links with missing or non-descriptive anchor textAnd many other issues.