A paragraph.

A paragraph with extra     spacing.

A paragraph with a link.

In html, links can be specified with the full url (e.g., http://www.cnn.com/index.html) or with a relative link. Relative links start with "./" or "../" (e.g., ./index.html). "./" means "starting with the current directory". Technically, "./" is normally implied if the link just starts with a file or folder name (e.g., index.htm or images/gray.gif), but "./" should be used for clarity. "../" means go back one directory. For example, if the current directory was "%/example/levelOne/levelTwo", then "../../index.htm" is equivalent to "%/example/index.htm"

Link to one.htm (./levelOne/one.htm)
Link to two.htm (./levelOne/levelTwo/two.htm)

A paragraph with a link to the next sentence. This is the named anchor.

  Row header Row header 2
Column header Data 1_1 Data 1_2
Column header 2 Data 2_1 Data 2_2

Big Picture       Same picture, only smaller.