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Hour 19. Publishing Projects on the Web ... > Navigating with Hyperlinks

Navigating with Hyperlinks

When you are out browsing the Web using Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator, you become very accustomed to clicking on underlined text or graphics to move to another location on the Internet. Whenever the cursor changes to the familiar "pointing finger," it is an indication that by clicking the Web page with your mouse, you will be navigated to some other Web page. The technical name for the place on a Web page that navigates you to another location is called a hyperlink.

A Web browser is designed to display documents formatted using the Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML. The HTML code contains all the information for how your browser should display the text, graphics, and hyperlinks in a Web page.


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