Re: flame: choose _here_ to get information
Mon, 9 Aug 93 10:13:29 +0200


> This is just a little rant about two style issues in hypertext
> that I'm seeing more of and don't like much.

> The first is the _here_ syndrome, e.g.:


> Information about Blah Blah Blah is available by clicking
> _here_.

> where the word _here_ is the link. This style is really awkward;
> when ... ... ...
> ...
> I.e., make your HTML page such that you can read it even if you
> don't follow any links.

> >

I could not agree more. This is also my reason for insisting on URLs
that tell you what you can expect.
I prefer the URL

Robert Cailliau
World-Wide Web Project
CERN -- European Laboratory for Particle Physics
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