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Sometimes visitors want to delve deeper into a certain subject that appears in the text, or they need an explanation but don't want to go searching for it. Links off to the side or at the end of the text may lack the context necessary for readers to understand how they relate to specific portions of the content.

One of the most common approaches to using hypertext links is to place them in the body of the text, letting customers jump to other pages if they're interested. This approach allows people to explore more about a topic if they choose. Embedded links also stand out from the rest of the text, making them easy for people to find while skimming.


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