String object has a built-in method called
link() that you can use to display a
string type data as a hypertext.
You need to pass the web address you want to be added to the
href attribute as the argument to the
The following code example will transform the text
"Go to Google" as an anchor element
<a> to navigate toward
const str = "Go to Google"; const url = str.link("https://google.com"); console.log(url); // <a href="https://google.com">Go to Google</a>
The implementation of the
link() method varies between different browsers, but I’ve tested the method on the latest Chrome and Safari version. The method also works in the NodeJS environment, so you can use it there as well. Just be sure to test the result first before you use the method.