Link an entire DIV clickable - HTML tag & code practical example for blog

You can link entire DIV area. It allows visitors to navigate to the desired page by clicking on the DIV area. In other words, when a visitor clicks on a DIV area, he is moved to the page linked to the DIV. Due to the larger range of clickable, it helps visitors navigate to the page they want to read.

There are two ways to create this feature. Both work well in all browsers. In my opinion, the first method seems to be better. If you follow the example below, you will be able to do it easily.


Example 1 : Link an entire DIV

<div style="cursor: pointer;" onclick="window.location='https://www.jugok.com';">
This DIV is linked. Clicking on this DIV area will take visitors to the linked page.
...................... Contents here ..............
</div>

Actual results:

This DIV is linked. Clicking on this DIV area will take visitors to the linked page.
........ Contents here ..........



Example 2 : Link an entire DIV

<a href="https://www.jugok.com">
    <div>
This DIV is linked. Clicking on this DIV area will take visitors to the linked page.
...............Contents here ..........
    </div>
</a>

Actual results:

This DIV is linked. Clicking on this DIV area will take visitors to the linked page. ...........Contents here ........



The example on this page is not theoretical but practical. We sometimes experience the difference between theory and practice in running our homepage or blog. Theories are needed to solve problems, but practical solutions are more important. This page is for that.