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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. A hyperlink typically refers to an icon or text on a Web page that, when clicked or tapped, transfers the user to another part of the page or to another page on the current website or to a completely different website (see hypertext). See also Hyperloop.
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RQ1: What is the pattern of hyperlink connections between online newspapers in the early years of their emergence on the Web?
We define the two key components of a hyperlink, the friendly label and the destination, using the dialog.
8226;Capture and archive the content of all third-party links originated in all forms of electronic communications, along with an image of the hyperlink location , the text including any documents, pictures or video.
A hyperlink is "content neutral" in that "it expresses no opinion, nor does it have any control over, the content to which it refers.
Dani Diab - Vice President, Hyperlink, said, "Hyperlink has always foreseen and understood the need of the customer in the Middle East market.
Then, the teacher provides a set of strict rules for blogging (frequency, length of posts, number of hyperlinks, staying on topic).
One of these is the ability to create hyperlinks from one page to another.
BT is claiming its patented "Hidden Page" technology is identical to hyperlinks while Bemer says it was actually his coding that formed the basis of hyperlinks.
Ohr Somayach: Rosh Hashanah: HYPERLINK "http://www.
In some cases, you might want to provide a company with advertising space but not allow it to also have a hyperlink.