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Chapter 6. Links and Webs
Up to this point, we've dealt with HTML and XHTML documents as stan-
dalone entities, concentrating on the language elements you use for
structure and to format your work. The true power of these markup lan-
guages, however, lies in their ability to join collections of documents to-
gether into a full library of information and to link your library of docu-
ments with other collections around the world. Just as readers have con-
siderable control over how the document looks onscreen, with hyperlinks
they also have control over the order of presentation as they navigate
through your information. It's the "HT" in HTML and XHTMLhypertextand
it's the twist that spins the Web.
 
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