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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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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).
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.
Another relevant issue if you're planning on having an Internet presence involves potential liability from hyperlinks on your Web site.
Summary: Hyperlink, the largest Oracle e-Business consulting firm in the Middle East and AIMs in Kuwait won the contract to implement Oracle's E-Business HRMS systems for Kuwait University.
I know somewhere deep in Windows there's a place where I can command Word to stop automatically turning every e-mail address and URL into a hyperlink, but I can't find it.
One feature newsletter editors will appreciate is the ability to hyperlink multiple Mind Maps together," Parker said.