Sometimes you want to add `a` element to your website but still don’t know where it will link.
This is also handy when you’re changing the behavior of a link using JavaScript, which we’ll learn later.
For example the current value of href attribute is `https://www.freecodecamp.org`.

Replace href value with `#` symbol to create a dead link.
This is the most common usage of `#` that every developer use it.

```
<a href="#">Contact us</a>
```
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We learned how to add heading elements, paragraph element, image and anchor element, today it’s time to learn how to nest them within themselves.

Like example below:
```
<>...<>...</>...</>
```
If you notice we encapsulated one element within other element, let’s break it down a little bit for better understanding 👇
For example if we want to nest paragraph element inside heading elements we could do this👇
```
<h1>I am heading element<p>,but I am paragraph element encapsulated within heading elements</p></h1>
```
The above code is the general formula or method of nesting HTML elements within each other.
For if we want to convert an image into a link we could do this 👇
```
<a href="https://www.unsplash.com" target="_blank"><img src="https://www.unsplash.com/logo.png" alt="unsplash logo"></a>
```
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a (anchor) elements can also be used to create internal links to jump to different sections within a webpage.

To create an internal link, you assign a link's href attribute to a hash symbol # plus the value of the id attribute for the element that you want to internally…

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