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<a href="http://www.address-of-target-page.html">Click this link</a>.

If it must be a button then use the img src tag in place of the link text, thus (I just found this by googling HTML image link code):

<a href="http://www.natural-environment.com/blog/2008/11/07/what-is-the-worlds-largest-rabbit/">
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FYI "a" is short for Anchor and all you're doing with a link is clicking on an anchor; the anchor itself can be text or image. Don't forget to close the anchor tag with its </a> or it won't do anything. Also "href" is short for hypertext reference, also called a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) or URI (... Indicator).

Note: a best practice in HTML: use all lowercase code; type carefully and remember that in Unix/Linux (the majority of web servers) a in a web address is different from A. Finally, "img src" is short for "image source location".

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