Tutorial 26: The Care and Feeding of Hyperlinks, Part II - HTML with Style | 6
Informational links should be used when something that can be linked to is mentioned in a document. If you wish to link to something else, you should make a separate mention of that resource. Omitting useful links or adding useless ones in order to steer readers is always bad practice. If you wish to avoid reader seepage due to excessive links, put non-essential links at the end of your documents. Proper linking can aid your site's usability as well as helping search engines and other user agents process your pages to your advantage..
Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: October 04, 2000
Revised: October 4, 2000