Hyperlinks indicate that clicking on a piece of text or image will take you to related information.

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What is the name for the pattern where consecutive words link to similar resources?

What is the name for the pattern where consecutive words in a phrase are each hyper-linked to similar resources? For example: there are many sites in the Stack Exchange network.
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Usability of linking to target ID on page refresh

One of our partners is building an application I designed and tested in Axure. I had inferred some AJAX interactions with changing and adding some content to a page, but the developers have built this ...
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How to mark visited vs non visited links

What is the best combination of markings (colour, style etc.) for visited vs. non-visited links in a list that may contain many links and whose contents may have been visited in any number and any ...
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Where should a Continue Shopping link/button link to?

Typically, on ecommerce sites, there is a "Continue Shopping" button or a link in the checkout process. My question is: should that be linked to the previous page a visitor was on? (like a product ...
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Is it considered useful or harmful to make in-text mentions of well-known sites hyperlinks?

This question is related to a meta post on Academia.SE on the practice of changing in-text references to widely known sites to hyperlinks. For example (from this post), is I use a tool to block ...
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Colours of clickable links in webdesign

This is a redesign of my website im doing: http://www.ryansmurphy.com/redesign/ As you can see, its largely a work in progress, im trying to do a flat ui design. I can tell you now, I am in no way ...
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do not redirect the user if redirect address is the same as the current address

Would it be a good idea to not redirect the user if the clicked anchor tag address is the same as the current address of the user? e.g. If user is currently at //example.com/home and he clicks a link ...
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Do users know that clicking the logo on a website will take them to home page? [duplicate]

I had a discussion with a colleague about using "Home" link in main (top) navigation. I know that I should give more options to users, so, my question is not about I should use "Home" link or logo ...
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Is it ok to allow tab skipping of terms and privacy links on a registration page?

I have a registration page containing the following fields, links and button: Name: Email: Password: CAPTCHA (third party): privacy link for CAPTCHA (third party) Site Terms link Register button ...
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Should long line of text be used as a hyperlink?

I have a list of items laid out as a table: Title Reported On Status The lamb that Mary had went missing 12 Mar 2014 New ...
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Is it OK to link to product pages from a price change alert in the shopping cart?

We are adding an alert to notify users some items in their cart have changed price. There's been some debate on whether or not to link the items in the list to their product pages. One concern is ...
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Where to open a Notification-Link in a business web application

we're currently developing a business application platform that consists of several independent programs. When a user performs an action, a backgroundjob will be started. At the end of that job, the ...
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How to send information or link to a user's phone

Say you have a web site showing recipes which include a list of ingredients. We want to get that list of ingredients from the user's desktop browser to the user's mobile phone so when they go shopping ...
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Is it OK to use links to display GUI elements or perform actions? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: HTML buttons vs hyperlinks for navigation HTML links were born to show internal or external pages, or take you to a specific page position (anchors). Now, with the ...
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Is there any established convention for indicating that a link will scroll the page? (jump links)

There are various existing conventions to give users clues about what will happen on clicking or touching a link when it is not a standard link to another page, for example: Single chevrons pointing ...
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What's the best way of showing an active/current link?

I'm working on a two page website. At the top there are two links. One for work and one for info. What's the best practice for styling a link for the page the user is on? For example, on the below ...
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For usability testing - How do you handle external links in main navbar?

We are currently creating a new test homepage that we will divert part of the traffic from the main site to so that we can test conversion rates. This site unfortunately will not have all the pages ...
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Primary navigation and off-site links [duplicate]

On a site with a simple top level navigation (About, Blog, News, Careers, Contact), is it a good idea to have the Careers item link to an external site instead of on-site content? I've read articles ...
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Why does twitter opted for red colour for links and hashtag instead of blue? [closed]

Twitter recently has changed colour the all links and hashtag colour to red instead of blue(previously). With Blue usually the colour used to representing url's and links and red being generally used ...