A connection between one piece of information and another. See also hypertext (page ***).
On Web sites, an instant way of going to another site with related content - usually by clicking on an icon (or symbol).
A connection between two documents or sections of a document on the web; a type of "hyperlink."
Navigation link embedded in Web pages that enables a browser to 'jump' to different parts of the same document or to other Web pages or sites.
A word, phrase, symbol, map, or any other item in a Web document that connects you to a different place in the same document or to another Internet resource. Hypertext links may be underlined, highlighted in color, or appear as icons, to distinguish them from the surrounding text. The link must be "selected" by clicking on it with a mouse.
A way of presenting information online with connections between one piece of information to another anywhere on the Web.
a connection to another page on the Web or within the current Web site
a cross reference in a web site that allows you to navigate to the topic it describes
a highlighted portion of text which connects the user to another page
a "hot" area within a web page that links it to another web page
a link on a website which identifies a website address and enables a direct connection from that webpage to another
an address embedded into a Web page that allows users to navigate to an online document specified by the web designer
a piece of text within a web page which, when clicked on, will take the user to another web page
a special tag that links one page to another page or resource
a special word or phrase in a Web page that, when the user clicks on it, takes him or her to a different Web document (or any other Web resource)
a word link (usually viewed as color highlighted text)
a word or phrase in a document which, when selected, results in an action, such as opening a document with more specific information about the original linked word
Hypertext Markup Language is a URL imbedded in a html document most often underline. It permits the user to move from one area (or topic) to another in a WEB based program.
A link on a web page to another web page or image. Usually indicated by the 'Arrow' curser changing to the image of a hand as the mouse passes over it.
text or an image embedded (anchored) in a web page in such a way that, if the link is clicked with a mouse, the web browser will display another page or an image; links are usually displayed in blue and underlined
Words or icons that take you to the location on the Internet that is linked to that item when you click it. A key element of Internet navigation.
Words or objects that take you to the site on the Internet linked to that item(s) when you click on it. A key navigational element for Internet use.
A pointer from a place in a document to another destination. The destination may be a labelled point in the original document; a different document; a resource such as an image or video clip; or an information service such as a Gopher Server, a NMTP or news Server, a WAIS Server, an FTP Server or a telnet connection.
A link between highlighted words, phrases, or images on the web.
A link between a source reference and a target object. It is also commonly known as hyperlink.
text or image within a web document that points to another web document. A web browser often displays a link in some particular way (e.g. a different color or underlined). Clicking on the link activates it. Activating the link makes the web browser display the web document at the address pointed to by the link. [See Appendix G
Hyperlinks are text, images, or files that you click to open another Web page. Most hyperlinks appear as underlined and/or colored text on a Web page.
HyperText Markup Language, a markup language defined by an SGML Document Type Definition (DTD). To a web designer, HTML is simply a collection of tags, words and script hidden from view that make up a website.
A hypertext link in an article links any arbitrary text to a file or folder name, an Internet address, or another article. For more information, see About Hypertext Links in Article Windows.
A textual link in the help system that allows the user to jump from one topic to a related topic.
A software pointer pointing to data on another computer through the Internet.
The connection between one hypertext node and another.
A way of presenting information online with connections between one piece of information and another. These connections are called hypertext links. Thousands of these hypertext links enable you to explore additional or related information throughout the online documentation.
A connection between two Web documents; usually underlined text or a graphic that you click on to display another Web document.
A word or set of words placed inside an anchor tag.
A highlighted [shown in color] or underlined word or image on a Web page that when clicked connects or links to another location with related information. [Links provide an easy way to move about the Internet
An easy method for retrieving information by choosing highlighted words or icons on the screen. The link will take you to related documents or sites.
A connection from a hypertext document to the URL of an Internet document. The link can be embedded in a portion of the text itself (such as a word or phrase) or in an icon. Text links are usually underlined and appear in blue.
(2003-02-10) Chris Limb A word or phrase in an electronic document that links to another place within the same or a different electronic document.
A connection between one piece of online information and another.
A hypertext relationship between two anchors, leading from the head anchor to the tail anchor. On the Web, this is usually a link from one hypertext document to another. Lining points are associated with anchors.