- to create hyperlinks in or to: an extensively hyperlinked document.
- to follow a hyperlink: From their web page, you can hyperlink to employment sites.
Origin of hyperlink
Examples from the Web for hyperlink
Contemporary Examples of hyperlink
For example, an Obama campaign official posting ended up on Arabic Facebook, complete with a hyperlink to a donation page.The Illegal-Donor Loophole
Peter Schweizer, Peter J. Boyer
October 8, 2012
On Facebook, down beneath the original post, right there next to the time stamp, lies a hyperlink that reads, "Report Note."My Facebook War With Palin
July 23, 2010
Historical Examples of hyperlink
Hyperlink cross-references are provided to pages in this volume only.Lachesis Lapponica
Carl von Linn
This is to assist visually in determining which section a hyperlink has moved the reading into or out of.A Greek-English Lexicon To The New Testament
Thomas Sheldon Green
Larger images of fulls-page maps are available by using the hyperlink added to the caption.The War With Mexico, Volume II (of 2)
Justin H. Smith
Page 249, reference to Mill: there is no such article; the article Sugar has a part on mills, to which the hyperlink points.
A hyperlink has also been provided, linking each of these games to its PGN format.The Blue Book of Chess
Howard Staunton and "Modern Authorities"
- a word, phrase, picture, icon, etc, in a computer document on which a user may click to move to another part of the document or to another document
- (tr) to link (files) in this way
Word Origin and History for hyperlink
- See link.