In a review of extant hyperlink
scholarship, De Maeyer (2012) argues that existing research aligns with one of two axes of thought: The first axis frames hyperlinks
as an indicator of social phenomena, whereas the second axis frames hyperlinks
as an indicator of structural patterns.
When you use your web browser, you encounter hyperlinks
on web pages all the time.
With embedded hyperlink
capture, financial service firms can:
The court eventually concluded the ISP's use of hyperlinks
did not infringe upon BT's patent.
MessageLabs figures show that in the second quarter of 2009 there was only one day when such hyperlinks
appeared in more than 1 in 200 of all spam messages.
Digital briefs with hyperlinks
are somewhat more complicated--and much more useful--than those without them.
The use of logical bread crumbs with proper hyperlinks
on the bread crumbs that take the user one or two steps back is a must for any call-center Web application to be effective.
If you want this hyperlink
to open the August tab, click on August and that name will appear next to Text to display.
Instead of buttons, we have hyperlinks
that seemingly open doors to knowledge bases, blogs, hobby sites, chat rooms and those vast cyber-labyrinths of trade and media organizations.
Teachers should be prepared to deal with vulgar or obscene comments or hyperlinks
A US Federal Court has stated that the hyperlink
patent that British telecomms operator BT is trying to enforce may not actually cover what we know today as hyperlinks
Last week, BT opened a court case in a US federal court in White Plains, New York, where it seeks to protect a patent that it says it holds over hyperlinks