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    Absolute vs. Relative Hyperlinks

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    I need to distinguish absolute and relative hyperlinks, and explain why this distinction is important.

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    Absolute hyperlinks begin with a protocol such as "http://", and should be valid wherever it is included. Relative hyperlinks only specify the path and filename of the destination relative to its current position. Therefore, relative hyperlinks are not valid ...

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    The full solution gives the definition of absolute and relative hyperlinks as well as several examples to illustrate the difference. An additional link is provided as a reference, in case the student is interested in learning more on the topic.