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See also: Hyperlink
- Some text or a graphic in an electronic document that can be activated to display another document or trigger an action.
- Click the hyperlink to go to the next page.
- (by extension) An address, URL, or program that defines a hyperlink's function.
- Copy the hyperlink and paste it into an email.
- → Danish: hyperlink
area on a Web page
- The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout § Translations.
Translations to be checked
- (of a hypertext document) To point to another document by a hyperlink.
- 2001, Barbara Notarius; Gail Sforza Brewer, Open Your Own Bead & Breakfast, 4th edition, John Wiley and Sons, page 165:
- Their Web page hyperlinks to your Web site.
- To add a hyperlink to a document.
- 2004 April 15, Gregory M. Lamb, “Blogs: Here to Stay - With Changes”, in Christian Science Monitor:
- One valuable thing a blogger often does is hyperlink to magazine and newspaper stories or other interesting blogs, she says.
- To use a hyperlink to jump to a document.
- 1999, John Graubert; Jill Coleman, “Consumer Protection and Antitrust Enforcement at the Speed of Light: The FTC Meets the Internet”, in Canada–United States Law Journal, volume 25, page 275:
- Indeed, what consumers will see on a Web site is likely to vary depending on the point or Web page at which they access the Web site, how many pages they “hyperlink” through when reviewing the site, and how much of the page containing the disclosure is displayed by consumers' Web browsers without requiring additional scrolling.