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hypertext

A link—typically displayed as (blue) coloured, underlined text—incorporated in an electronic document that permits internet browsers to immediately open another document in the same or another website.
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We use hyperlink analysis to examine the structure of relationships among newspapers.
For example, if you'd like to create a hyperlink to another file, regardless of file type, use the "Existing File or Web Page" button, and then browse to the destination file.
8226;Access and view all hyperlink webpages in the Erado archive, enabling firms to reliably and efficiently survey linked webpages and flag potential issues.
Clearly, endorsing Hyperlinkers can escape liability if plaintiffs cannot identify at least one reader of the defamatory material accessed from the hyperlink.
About Hyperlink Hyperlink is a pre-IPO technology consulting company with expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite, E-Commerce solutions, and IT Business Strategy.
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.
But while Bemer could have a claim over the origins of hyperlinks, he's not as deluded as BT to think that anyone can actually claim a hold over something so pervasive.
Virtual Jerusalem: Educators' Guide: HYPERLINK "http://www.
Another relevant issue if you're planning on having an Internet presence involves potential liability from hyperlinks on your Web site.
Institute of Physics Publishing has announced the launch of its new hyperlink protocol, STACKS.
You know you are on a hyperlink when the arrow-pointer of your mouse turns into a pointing hand.