Task 2: Browsing with Links



Click a link. Here you see the MSN start page. You can click the Family link.


The page for that link appears (in this case, MSN Family Page).


Information on the Internet is easy to browse because documents contain links to other pages, documents, and sites. Simply click a link to view the associated page. Links are also called hyperlinks, and usually appear underlined and sometimes in a different color.



If you see an error message when you click a link, it could indicate that the link is not accurate or that the server is too busy. Try again later.


Image Links

Images can also serve as links. You can tell whether an image (or text) is a link by placing your mouse pointer on it. If the pointer changes into a pointing hand, the image (or text) is a link.