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external link

A hyperlink on a Web page that points to a page on a different website. On a blog, a link is typically considered external if it points to another blog, even though both blogs are hosted on the same blog site. Contrast with internal link. See hyperlink.
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Thirteen discussion threads, twenty external links, nine documents, three assignments, a photo gallery and Powerpoint presentations were posted in the Nicenet course-site.
Those appliances, combined with Israeli-based Check Point Software Technologies' software, will be used to protect both the internal and external links of the company's global network.
The program also introduces Flo-Links, enabling external links to be created from the Pipe-Flo's Flo-Sheet to any website or Windows application.
The best way to develop external links to information is by establishing alliances with one or more related businesses, business consultants, universities or government agencies.
The program's external links allow for instant online access to authorizations, claims status, and benchmarking.
Alongside the exhibitions and essays, a searchable collection of external links is useful, as is news of history seminars and conferences, and a discussion forum for all with an interest in New Zealand history.
There will be external links to Birmingham University's High Speed Campus Network and the Midman network involving six West Midland universities, as well as to general telecommunications systems.
These people tend to be the most suspicious of external links, and even of human rights discourse.
Central to the system is the cabin unit (CU), which acts as an automatic exchange, supplies voices messages and tones to assist users, and implements an automatic call queueing facility if the external links are busy.
and start adding text bubbles, animations, captions, external links, and whatever else you can imagine.
The seminar was organised by the GCU Directorate of Academic Planning and External Links (AP and EL).