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hyperlink

a word, phrase, picture, icon, etc., in a computer document on which a user may click to move to another part of the document or to another document

hyperlink

[′hī·pər‚liŋk]
(computer science)
A highlighted word, phrase, or image in the display of a computer document which, when chosen, connects the user to another part of the same document or to different document (text, image, audio, video, or animation). In electronic documents, these cross references can be followed by a mouse click, and the target of the hyperlink may be on a physically distant computer connected by a network or the Internet.

hyperlink

hyperlink

A predefined linkage between one object and another. See hypertext. See also Hyperloop.
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By using a device like a smartphone, tablet, SmartTV or computer, the player or team must "link" the two topics by traveling through the embedded links within an online encyclopedia like Wikipedia.
Thanks to the cash boost, students will be able to help develop materials with 'augmented reality', where items such as posters or CVs have embedded links to the likes of videos and graphics.
Easy navigation: moving between standards has never been easier with embedded links that let you "jump" from one standard to another,
The design and visual layout of the site allows ease in use with an intuitive interface and embedded links to all key information directly from the homepage.
It's easy to deploy, encourages immediate interaction through embedded links and integrates well with other forms of marketing.
Users can access multiple e-mail accounts, view embedded links and open, edit and save company documents, just to name a few.
The guidebook, complete with embedded links to various resources, provides instructions on how agencies can use the media tools and describes the projected benefits.
But while most experts praise e-ink, a display technology that strives to mimic printed text, the capacity for colors, embedded links, search options and video is still lacking.
0 release includes an improved health-maintenance module for immunization history storage; importing and exporting of CCD and CCR health records; embedded links to PACS images for additional interoperability; and modifications to the patient-routing system for improved patient and wait-time tracking.
Embedded links in featured products and advertisements allow visitors easy, single-click access to manufacturer Web sites.
An "auditor-client collaboration manager" that streamlines the auditor/client relationship, using a system of embedded links in emails to keep the two parties in sync.
Everything works just like back in the office: functions are selected using a desktop-like interface, including downloading e-mail attachments or opening embedded links to intranet or Internet pages.

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