live link

(redirected from active hyperlink)

live link

(1) An active text or graphic link on a Web page. Clicking the link redirects the user to another Web page or a document or image. Live links are also placed into email, allowing recipients of the message to immediately go to a website or open an attached document or image. In this context, live link is contrasted with a URL that is printed or displayed. If the URL text is in electronic form, it must be copied and pasted into a Web browser to function as a link. See hypertext, hypergraphic and URL.

(2) A text or graphic link that redirects the user to a website, document or image that does, in fact, exist. In this context, live link is contrasted with dead link.
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permit a registrant, in filings made after a registrant's initial filing, to provide only an update of the general development of the business that focuses on material developments in the reporting period, and with an active hyperlink to the registrant's most recent filing that, together with the update, would contain the full discussion of the general development of the registrant's business.
* permit a registrant, in filings made after a registrant’s initial filing, to provide only an update of the general development of the business that focuses on material developments in the reporting period, and with an active hyperlink to the registrant’s most recent filing that, together with the update, would contain the full discussion of the general development of the registrant’s business.
Never include an active hyperlink (Web address) in the subject line.
The committee also recommended that there be no active hyperlink between a candidate's online answers and that candidate's Web site, although the address of the Web site can be given, Young said.
floridabar.org) and contains six pages of active hyperlinks to articles, cases, and videos covering:
With the iPhone CDS, publishers and distributors can now access several features: distribute their own proprietary content, along with Newstex content; integrate content with any corporate brand, support text, images, audio, and video, including active hyperlinks; enable/disable content and customize the app's look and feel via remote configuration; and access enterprise-grade, back-office reporting, analytics, and accounting.