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link DEFINITION

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 02:03:52 -0600
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Our definition of LINK is more than a definition.

 

It also includes judgments as to what the SC means. 

 

Can we think of a way to qualify this so we don't have to say this in the
definition?

 

Maybe use  "User Links"   or  "hyperlink"  or something

 

Here is what we have 

 

 

link

 

hyperlink between the current document and a single destination.

 

NOTE: "Link" refers to a single "arc" in the XML Linking Language (XLink)
Version 1.0 specification.) Only links that are available to be activated by
the user need to meet accessibility requirements. This excludes links that
are activated automatically or programmatically.

 


Gregg

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