Just as a domain names and e-mail addresses are used to access servers and contact people,the World Wide Web uses Uniform Resource Locators(URLs)to reference resources on the web. You need to know–or be able to find–a Web page’s URL in order to access it. A URL identifies where a resource is located and what type of  resource it is. There is a specific format which all URLs follow. Let us look at sample URL:

To many this may seem like a typically cryptic and obtuse piece of  “Computerese,” but as you will see, once you break a URL down to it’s component parts, it is not that difficult to understand:

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HYPERTEXT. The idea behind hypertext is simply that a text document contains link embedded in it which point to other documents. When you click on a link,the program takes you to another,related document.Hypertext allows one to create links between several related documents, forming an interlacing lattice work of information. As  computer technology improved ,allowing one to include graphics,sound effects,and animation in hypertext documents,the term hypermedia was coined to describe these linked documents that contained much more than just text. Hypertext and hypermedia applications are already quite popular in the PC world. If yo are a designer ,get a software that is right for the task at hand:

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