Short for hyperlink , an object in a Web page that takes the visitor to another page, downloads a file, or starts some other action.
A bar of links (typically buttons ), a feature of FrontPage Web sites that enables the author to edit all the link bars in a Web site by changing just one of them.
The part of a link that a visitor actually sees in a Web page and clicks to activate the link. (The other part of a link is the URL .) A link source can be some text, an inline image , or a hotspot .
In a dialog box or Web page form, a small box with a downward-pointing arrow at its right end. Clicking the arrow opens a list of options the user can click to select one to appear in the box.
To play a sound, video, or music clip repeatedly.