graphic link


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graphic link

A hypertext link in the form of an icon or graphic element. See hypertext.
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com, creator of Epidemic Marketing(SM), a breakthrough Internet marketing service enabling e-mail users to place graphic links within their day-to-day e-mail messages, announced that they have formed a strategic advertising alliance with BMGMusicService.
A sampling of topics includes navigating documents, setting tabs, wrapping text around objects, drawing complex lines, managing graphic links, and filling objects with color.
The graphic links have an HTML counterpart, generally located at the bottom of the page.
Web sites could also be made aesthetically appealing, even stunning, as well as excitingly interactive, with a multiplicity of hypertext and graphic links.
We were following the studies that show text links are followed more frequently than graphic links.
Librarians will learn how to upgrade their Web sites, as well as how to better organize Web documents using frames and tables, improve site navigation with hypertext and graphic links, add eye-catching visual elements like imagemaps, and encourage patron interactivity with feedback forms.