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  • Basic Explanation: A link is like a digital path that takes you from one place on the internet to another. You click on links to go to websites, watch videos, and explore more online.
  • Practical Example: Think of a link as a signpost on the internet highway. Clicking on it is like following the sign to discover a new destination.
  • Advanced Explanation: In the digital realm, a link, also known as a hyperlink, is a reference in a webpage or document that, when clicked, navigates to another location. It can lead to a different webpage, a specific section within a page, a downloadable file, or even an email address. Links are created using HTML and often have associated anchor text that provides context about the destination.
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