2. Verb. (third-person singular of hyperlink) ¹
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Definition of Hyperlinks
1. hyperlink [v] - See also: hyperlink
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperlinks
Literary usage of Hyperlinks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System And Internet Navigation by National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"7.1.2 Direct Access via hyperlinks Because the Web is a network of sites through which users can navigate by following links between documents on the sites, ..."
2. Jehovah Himself Has Become Kingby Robert King by Robert King (2005)
"All references and resources may be accessed as hyperlinks on the Internet by going to the website: www. jehovah-has- become-king.com THE SIGN 1 Guardian 2 ..."
3. Dot Com Disclosures: Information about Online Advertisingedited by Barry Leonard edited by Barry Leonard (2000)
"For example, if hyperlinks usually are underlined in a site, ... Consumers may miss disclosure hyperlinks that are separated from the relevant claim by text ..."
4. Small Pieces Loosely Joined: A Unified Theory of the Web by David Weinberger (2002)
"A page without hyperlinks is literally a dead-end on the Web. But this is most remarkable, ... hyperlinks are not an incidental feature of the Web. ..."
5. Energy Efficiency: Challenges and Trends for Electric Utilities (1993)
"Flow variables include the messages called or the hyperlinks traversed. Display variables to fiddle with could include how to represent maps (orientation, ..."
6. Millennium Challenge Corporation: Progress Made on Key Challenges in First by David B. Gootnick, Jeanette M. Franzel (2005)
"... were accessible via hyperlinks from MCC's Web site, making it possible to compare those data with MCC's published country scores. ..."