These bits of information, including text and graphics, are called
hot links. These
links can be clicked on with your mouse (watch for
the pointing finger) which in turn will take you to another web page or
to a different area of the same web page.
WHAT does it mean when information is underlined and/or in a
You may see a link, for example, between a wedding consultant and
agency specializing in honeymoons or special wedding trips.
Links can provide you with a serendipitous experience because you may
out looking at information for a particular topic and follow the links
to discover a whole new area of interest. Links can also be frustrating
because you may click on something, not like where you are and want to
get back to where you were before.
All web browsers provide some way for you to move back and forth among
the web pages you have viewed in your current session. You can use an
button, usually labeled Back or Forward. You
can also use a toolbar
button that looks like arrows facing left and right. The left arrow
you backwards through pages you have viewed and the right arrow moves
DID YOU KNOW
when your mouse pointer becomes a finger, you can left-click your
and access the information you were pointing at? To fill in a
left-click your pointer in the blank and you should be able to
typing. You should also be able to use the "tab" button on your
to move from blank template box to blank box.