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1. A hypertext file linking to another destination, and when clicked upon will connect the user to the location.
2. The action of linking a document to another location or file.
An embedded web address often displayed as an image or blue, underlined text. The cursor changes from an arrow to a hand when hovering over the hyperlink and directs the user to the new address after clicking on the link, or opens the new address in another tab in the browser.
Application Programming Interface
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