- 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
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Examples from the Web for 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
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
Often shortened to: link
Word Origin and History for hyperlink
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- See link.
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