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Learning Adobe Muse by Jennifer Farley

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Creating links

Without links the Web would simply not be a "web" but rather a huge collection of isolated individual pages. To connect the pages within a website, we create links. A link, also known as a hyperlink, is the path to another document, to another part of the same document, or to other media such as an image or a movie.

Links are usually displayed as colored and/or underlined text that looks different from the main body of text. As well as linking from text, you can link from an image or another object.

Clicking on a link opens up the corresponding document or web page in the browser window. Links can also open up documents such as PDF documents or they can perform a jump to another place within the same document.

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