A link on one page of a site pointing to another page on the same site
link from one portion of an HTML document to another portion of the same document.
A link that points to a page within your site.
a clickable area which directs to another place within the document
a link between an element and a larger complex in which that element participates
a link from one page to another within the same site
a link that is to another page in this wiki
a link to another HTML document, or image, within your own webpage
a link to another page on your own website and an external link is one to a page somewhere else on the Internet
a link to another part of the same document
a link to a specific Music Information Browser page which will be shown when you click this link
a link to something else within the same web page
a link you can create on one page of your site, and it will link your visitors to another page of your site
hyperlink to something else within the same webpage
A "hot" link (image or words) allowing viewer to move within the existing site from one location to another.
A link that points to another place within the same document. See also Uniform Resource Locator. See Part III.
A link that points to another page within the same site. Most commonly used for navigation.
A link to a page inside the Memory Alpha domain. Also known as a wikilink.
Links to pages belonging to the same presentation and server.
A hyperlink that does not go outside the system.
A link that is connected to another file within the same Web site.
A hyperlink that jumps to a document on the same computer as the page containing the hyperlink, or to a named location within the page.
A link to a node in the same database. Meaning, in non-geekspeak: A link to another page on the same site, as opposed to an EXTERNAL link. See EXTERNAL link.
A link that is pointing to some other page within the same website. The opposite of internal link is the external link.
(Hypertext) A link to another portion of the same document.
A link within a Web site between pages, files, images, or paragraphs.
In web design, an internal link is a hyperlink that points to another page in the same website.