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  • adj. converted to hypertext format


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hypertext +‎ -ed


  • Would they have considered hypertexted content that tells readers a pear is "a pale green pome fruit," after they read "a pear shaped design" -- useful?

    What Would "Bloggers" Twain and Franklin Think of the Web?

  • Per-use hypertexted tech news, photofilled features and creature-comfort blurbs.

    An Even Hipper Way To Get Wired

  • The final section of the page is titled "Further Reading" and offers hypertexted links to entries in the disc's bibliography.

    Archive 2008-06-08

  • Do they add to the novel reading experience like a typically hypertexted document adds to the experience of say, a news site?


  • Now, using relatively commonplace web technology, instructors can create fictitious, scalable situations using large, hypertexted, multimedia repositories for students to explore for examples, go here.

    Genre - Virtual Experience Space

  • Although the Internet has revolutionized legal research in so many good ways, the problem of link rot – hypertexted links that link to web pages that have been removed or had their URLs changed – is a serious and frustrating issue.

    Linkrot and Legal Research — Slaw

  • Go to a topic, and the sea of blue hypertexted linking words drags you on an odyssey of influences and history.

    amishboy Diary Entry

  • You should consider yourself honored, Ross Ed: you've been hypertexted.

    Jed the Dead

  • What is the preferred amount of keywords as anchor text in one incoming hypertexted link?

    Digital Point Forums

  • The point is not to say that great art can’t be made within a hypertexted, collaborative space.

    BlogGoblin Mercantile Exchange


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