<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <base href="https://www.Pustudy.com/"> </head> <body> <p><a href="pustudy.com/html-tags/base.html/">HTML Tags</a></p> </body> </html>
Normally the above link would go to "tags/" of the current website (i.e. https://pustudy.com/html-tags/). But now that we've used the "base" element to specify a base URL of "https://pustudy.com/", the link will actually resolve to https://pustudy.com/html-tags/.
hrefattribute to be the base URL that will be used for all relative links.
<base> element allows you to set a "base" URL for all relative links. Therefore, relative links will use the URL specified in the
href attribute of the
<base> element doesn't affect absolute URLs (i.e. those that include the full path).