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hot link

[¦hät ′liŋk]
(computer science)
A linking of information in two documents so that modification of the information in the source document results in the same change in the destination document.
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A predefined connection between programs so that when information in one database or file is changed, related information in other databases and files is also updated. See hypertext, compound document and OLE.
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For those who are already familiar with the AT & L Integrated Framework Chart, the various sections are also hot-linked to the enlarged views directly from the image on the home page of the site.
A link to a Web-specific page describing "Products which can enhance access to the Web," organizes the products under categories--"Physical Barriers," "Vision Barriers," "Hearing Barriers," "Barriers to Understanding"--and is hot-linked to another page on ideas for overcoming those barriers.
Moreover, macys.com will be hot-linked through America Online as part of the company's marketing initiatives.
To see how CPAs use their Web sites, go to http://www.hbpp.com for the winners, which are hot-linked so you can visit them directly.
The user can then click on this hot-linked option and access your home page.
* Instantly click on dozens of Website references that are hot-linked