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This element allows for the specification of a single hyperlink that the end users of EditLive! will be provided with via the Insert Hyperlink dialog.

<editLive>
<hyperlinks>
<hyperlinkList>
<hyperlink>

<editLive>
     ...
     <hyperlinks>
         <hyperlinkList>
              <hyperlink ... />
         </hyperlinkList>
         ...
     </hyperlinks>
     ...
</editLive>

This attribute defines the URL for the hyperlink.

This attribute specifies the description used for the image in the Insert Hyperlink dialog within EditLive!.

This attribute has the same effect as the target property of the <A> HTML tag. This attribute specifies the name of the frame for the hyperlink to jump to. When inserting the hyperlink defined by this <hyperlink> element into an EditLive! document, this attribute will appear in the HTML source code.

This attribute has the same effect as the title property of the <A> HTML tag. This attribute provides an advisory title for the document linked to. When inserting the hyperlink defined by this <hyperlink> element into an EditLive! document, this attribute will appear in the HTML source code.

The following example demonstrates how to specify a hyperlink to provide the users of EditLive! with.

<editLive>
    ...
    <hyperlinks>
        <hyperlinkList>
            <hyperlink href="http://www.someserver.com/somepage.html"
                description="This is a hyperlink."
                target="_blank" 
                title="Hyperlink" />
        </hyperlinkList>
        ...
    </hyperlinks>
    ...
</editLive> 

The <hyperlink> element can appear multiple times within the <hyperlinkList> element.

The <hyperlink> element must be a complete tag; it cannot contain a tag body. Therefore, the tag must be closed in the same line. See the example below:

<hyperlink href=... /> 
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