Ugh! Spiders!

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So when I opened it took me to this page and at first I was a little weirded out by the spiders, but I'm here to talk about the purpose of links on a page.

For this article, I found that the pictures also acted as links. These links not only link to more pictures, but the article changes underneath the picture. It's kind of like a text-game or an extended caption.

Links let you go to different pages for:
  • more information
  • definitions
  • a similar story
  • pictures/graphics/movie
  • the next page of the story
  • credits
But the great thing is that you don't have to click on them. If you don't need a definition or you don't want the rest of the story, you don't have to bother looking it up.

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