Hypertext Link Integrity

Hugh C. Davis

Hugh C. Davis, Hypertext Link Integrity, ACM Computing Surveys, 31(4es), December 1999.

Hypertext links are connections between documents or parts of documents. Generally the ends of links are represented by some kind of a reference to a document or part of a document. When documents are moved or changed these references may cease to resolve to the correct places. This paper reflects on the causes of this problem and reviews techniques that may be used to maintain link integrity.


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