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a link from a hypertext file to another location or file

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In a review of extant hyperlink scholarship, De Maeyer (2012) argues that existing research aligns with one of two axes of thought: The first axis frames hyperlinks as an indicator of social phenomena, whereas the second axis frames hyperlinks as an indicator of structural patterns.
Excel provides two ways to create a hyperlink: the hyperlink feature and the hyperlink function.
Embedded hyperlink compliance technology addresses FINRA Regulatory Notice 11-39, Investment Advisers Act of 1940 Rule 204-2 and SEC 17a-3 which requires firms to archive and monitor hyperlinks and their content in electronic communications and social media.
A simple--yet indispensible--feature of the Internet, the hyperlink is something web users take for granted today, despite a litigious history.
Under this partnership, StepStone and Hyperlink will promote the Human Capital Management ("HCM") also known as Talent Management, which is the ongoing process that organisations use to attract appropriately skilled and motivated employees ("talent"); integrate them into their organisations, assess and develop their competences and retain their commitment throughout the Middle East region.
For example, level 1 and level 2 could be tabs at the top navigation bar, and level 3 could be hyperlinks provided on the main content page.
Additionally, the hyperlink is used as supporting information for any claim or commentary that the blogger makes on his page.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-18 March 2002-Judge claims BT patent may not cover today's hyperlinks (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
A hyperlink is the highlighted text on a website that lets you click from one site to another, and it has become one of the most important fundamentals of the web.
Long-time programmer Bob Bemer, 82, has stepped into the hyperlink frenzy claiming it was he who invented the critical technology.
The IRS' announcement specifically raises this question: "Does providing a hyperlink to the website of another organization that engages in lobbying activity constitute lobbying by a charitable organization?
For your convenience, the sites are also hyper-linked online at: HYPERLINK "http://www.
To avoid the possibility of a court finding that a hyperlink on your site constitutes an endorsement, when you enter into a hyperlink licensing agreement, insist that the company identified in the hyperlink indemnify you for any legal action brought against you based on its actions.