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Hyperlinks and Hypertext
Transcript of Hyperlinks and Hypertext
Hyperlinks are often used to implement reference mechanisms Such as tables of contents letters and glossaries A Hyperlink is a little piece of text or an image that, when clicked, navigates your web browser to a different location.
Hypertext is a language (usually called HTML or HyperText Markup Language) that is streamed over the internet (via HTTP otherwise known as the HyperText Transfer Protocol) to a user - ie it is the language that most web pages, including the one you are on now, are written in Hyperlinks and Hypertext
used in vocational Education and training The advent of computer and Internet technology enables hypertext, hypermedia and elearning
to be involved in the vocational education and training area Hyperlinks play a significant role in hypertexts and e-learning systems, since they are connections among different nodes of information. Therefore, comprehending information presented in hypertext/hypermedia systems and elearning systems utilising appropriate reading strategies becomes crucial. hypertext and hypermedia Hyperlinks and Multimedia Pup-up Buttons A pop-up is a graphical user interface ( GUI ) display area, usually a small window, that suddenly appears ("pops up") in the foreground of the visual interface Pop-ups can be initiated by a single or double mouse click or rollover (sometimes called a mouseover), and also possibly by voice command or can simply be timed to occur. What is Hypertext? HYPERLINKS What is the difference between Hyperlink and Hypertext?