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What Are Hyper Links?

A hyper link is a special text in an XHTML document defined with a hidden link to another resource on the Internet. While viewing the XHTML document, you can click the hyper link, the browser will follow the hidden link to fetch the linked resource to you.

Hyper links in XHTML documents are specified with "a" elements. Different types of resources can be linked behind hyper links, like XHTML documents, images, video clips, and executable programs.

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  1. What Are Hyper Links?
  2. What Is an Anchor "a" Tag/Element?
  3. How To Define a Hyper Link?
  4. How To Define a Bookmark?
  5. What Is a URL?
  6. What Is the Structure of a URL?
  7. What Happens If Protocol or Port Number Is Missing in a URL?
  8. What Happens If a URL Starts with Path or File name?
  9. What Is a Relative Path Name?
  10. What Happens If File Name is Missing in a URL?
  11. How To Build Hyper Link Indexes within the Same Document?
  12. What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to an Image?
  13. What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to a Music File?
  14. What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to a PDF File?
  15. What Happens If a Hyper Link Points to a ZIP File?
  16. How To Create A Link to Open a Document in a New Window?

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