Hyperlinks – Instant Page Rank Checker http://instantpagerankchecker.com/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 20:21:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-75-150x150.jpg Hyperlinks – Instant Page Rank Checker http://instantpagerankchecker.com/ 32 32 SMS hyperlinks from government agencies are still required in some circumstances: Shanmugam https://instantpagerankchecker.com/sms-hyperlinks-from-government-agencies-are-still-required-in-some-circumstances-shanmugam/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 04:27:00 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/sms-hyperlinks-from-government-agencies-are-still-required-in-some-circumstances-shanmugam/ SINGAPORE: Hyperlinks in text messages from government agencies are still necessary when delivering public services in certain circumstances, such as mobilizing citizens to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the Minister of Health said on Tuesday (September 13). Interior, K Shanmugam. To mitigate risk, if the government agency finds it necessary to send hyperlinks in the text […]]]>

SINGAPORE: Hyperlinks in text messages from government agencies are still necessary when delivering public services in certain circumstances, such as mobilizing citizens to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the Minister of Health said on Tuesday (September 13). Interior, K Shanmugam.

To mitigate risk, if the government agency finds it necessary to send hyperlinks in the text messages, the agency will only use a domain ending in .gov.sg, Shanmugam said. Nor will it require users to provide their credentials through the websites accessed through the hyperlinks.

Mr Shanmugam was responding to a parliamentary question from NMP Shahira Abdullah, who asked about removing hyperlinks from text messages, which are known to increase the risk of phishing.

The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Scams (IMCS) will continue to study the use of hyperlinks in other sectors and work with industry partners to adjust their use if necessary, Shanmugam wrote in his response.

“As scammers may switch to other communication channels, removing hyperlinks in text messages does not eliminate the risk of users falling prey to phishing attempts. Users should continue to be vigilant,” said he added.

Earlier this year, the government said it was reviewing its use of text messages and clickable links when communicating with members of the public.

This follows a series of online banking scams, including an SMS phishing scam involving OCBC Bank which affected hundreds of people and caused them to lose a total of around S$13.7 million.

Mr Shanmugam said the IMCS takes an “industry-based and risk-calibrated” approach to removing hyperlinks in text messages.

“This takes into account the trade-offs between phishing risks and service facilitation that hyperlinks allow,” he added.

The inter-ministerial committee has been working with the Singapore Banking Association to get banks to remove hyperlinks in text messages sent to retail customers, said Shanmugam, who is also justice minister.

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Google v Defteros: High Court refines defamation law over hyperlinks https://instantpagerankchecker.com/google-v-defteros-high-court-refines-defamation-law-over-hyperlinks/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 11:01:53 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/google-v-defteros-high-court-refines-defamation-law-over-hyperlinks/ Key points: The publication of a link to an Internet page of a third party cannot incur liability for defamation of the content of this Internet page. The making available of defamatory messages on social media pages could constitute publication for the purposes of defamation law. The Google versus Defteros decision Providing hyperlinks as a […]]]>

Key points:

  • The publication of a link to an Internet page of a third party cannot incur liability for defamation of the content of this Internet page.
  • The making available of defamatory messages on social media pages could constitute publication for the purposes of defamation law.

The Google versus Defteros decision

Providing hyperlinks as a search result to potentially defamatory material does not necessarily expose search engines or other website owners to the risk of a defamation claim, the High Court has found, in another recent decision clarifying defamation law in the age of online media.

But companies should always exercise caution when linking to materials on other websites, as the context in which the hyperlinks are provided can still create grounds for defamation suits. If a search result or hyperlink contains material that would direct, induce or encourage someone to click on the link, such as a “sponsored link”, the company providing such link may be considered a publisher of that underlying material.

In Google LLC v Defteros [2022] HCA 27 (Defteros), the High Court held by majority that Google was not liable as a publisher for including in its search results a hyperlink to a defamatory article.

The ruling in the Defteros case follows another recent High Court ruling regarding the extent of liability for online defamation. In Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd v Voller; Nationwide News Pty Limited v Voller; Australian News Channel Pty Ltd v Voller [2021] HCA 27 (Voller), the Court ruled by a 5-2 majority that online news publications could be held liable for defamatory posts on the social media pages they controlled.

Both decisions concern what it means to be a “publisher”, which is a technical concept under defamation law. A defendant cannot be held liable for defamatory material unless it is established that he published the material.

While the majority in Voller concluded that when news outlets allowed readers to post comments on articles on social media pages, those news outlets became the publisher of those comments for defamation purposes, in Defteros a majority concluded that the inclusion of hyperlinks to defamatory articles in a list of search results did not make Google a publisher.

The appellant cannot be said to have been involved in the communication of the defamatory material with reference to the circumstances in Webb v. Bloch and Vollerwrote Kiefel CJ and Gleeson J at [49], in reasons agreed by Gageler J., Edelman and Steward JJ. also agreeing with the orders. Webb v Bloch (1928) 41 CLR 331 is considered the classic publication case under Australian libel law.

Defteros concerned the Victorian barrister, George Defteros, who practiced criminal law. Mr Defteros represented well-known people in Melbourne’s ‘gang wars’, including Mick Gatto and Mario Condello. Mr. Defteros and Mr. Condello were charged with the offenses in 2004, but those charges were dropped the following year. In the meantime, however, the Age published an article titled “Underworld loses a precious friend at court.”

In the Supreme Court of Victoria, Richards J found that this article carried the defamatory charge that Mr Defteros had crossed a line and become a friend and confidant of criminal elements, rather than a professional lawyer (Defteros v. Google LLC [2020] CSV 219 (April 30, 2020)).

Richards J also discovered that the imputation had also been forwarded or published by Google, when Google included a hyperlink to the article The Age in the title of the article which appeared following a search for the name by George Defteros.

After the Court of Appeal upheld Justice Richard’s decision (Defteros v. Google LLC [2021] VSCA 167 (June 17, 2021)), Google appealed to the High Court. The appeal was based in part on the ground that the Court of Appeal erred in finding that Google published the defamatory material.

In three judgments, Kiefel JC and Gleeson J, Gageler J and Edelman and Steward JJ allowed Google’s appeal.

Kiefel CJ and Gleeson J wrote:

“[Google] has not approved the writing of defamatory statements for publication. He did not in any way contribute to the publication of the Underworld article on The Age’s webpage. It did not provide a forum or place where it could be posted, nor did it encourage the writing of comments in response to the article that might contain defamatory material. Contrary to the finding of the trial judge, the appellant did not contribute to the communication of the Underworld article. It has helped people searching the web to find and access certain information.

But in His Honor’s concurring judgment, Judge Gageler nonetheless hinted that there might be circumstances in which providing a hyperlink could constitute publication for defamation.

“Accepting that the provision of a hyperlink is not sufficient to amount to participation in the publication process which ends when a third party clicks on the hyperlink in order to consult the web page is not to deny that the providing a hyperlink may combine with other factors to amount to participation in that process of posting content to that other web page,” Gageler J wrote at [66].

“The late 19th century English Court of Appeal decision in Hird v Wood – treating as an editor a man seated on a stool smoking a pipe and continually pointing to a sign in order to draw the attention of passers-by to the writing on the placard – illustrates that the taking of an action which calls the attention of a third party to the availability of a material in a manner which has the effect of inducing or encouraging the third party to take a action which has the effect of making such material available for his or her understanding may be sufficient to amount to participation in the publication of such material. Whether a particular action amounts to inducement or encouragement of this nature is rightly described as a matter of “fact and degree” [66].

In Vollerit was relevant that the media companies created the social media pages on which the defamatory comments were posted and took advantage of the public interest in those pages.

In Defteros, the majority singled out Google’s involvement in the communication as defamatory material. “Google does not, simply by providing the search result in a form that includes the hyperlink, direct, induce or encourage the searcher to click on the hyperlink“wrote Gageler J to [74].

Justices Keane and Gordon disagreed with the majority. In separate decisions, the two found that Google was a publisher of Age’s defamatory article.

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Refine defamation law regarding hyperlinks https://instantpagerankchecker.com/refine-defamation-law-regarding-hyperlinks/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 02:36:01 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/refine-defamation-law-regarding-hyperlinks/ Key points: The publication of a link to an Internet page of a third party cannot incur liability for defamation of the content of this Internet page. The making available of defamatory messages on social media pages could constitute publication for the purposes of defamation law. The Google versus Defteros decision Providing hyperlinks as a […]]]>

Key points:

  • The publication of a link to an Internet page of a third party cannot incur liability for defamation of the content of this Internet page.
  • The making available of defamatory messages on social media pages could constitute publication for the purposes of defamation law.

The Google versus Defteros decision

Providing hyperlinks as a search result to potentially defamatory material does not necessarily expose search engines or other website owners to the risk of a defamation claim, the High Court has found, in another recent decision clarifying defamation law in the age of online media.

But companies should always exercise caution when linking to materials on other websites, as the context in which the hyperlinks are provided can still create grounds for defamation suits. If a search result or hyperlink contains material that would direct, induce or encourage someone to click on the link, such as a “sponsored link”, the company providing such link may be considered a publisher of that underlying material.

In Google LLC v Defteros [2022] HCA 27 (Defteros), the High Court held by majority that Google was not liable as a publisher for including in its search results a hyperlink to a defamatory article.

The ruling in the Defteros case follows another recent High Court ruling regarding the extent of liability for online defamation. In Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd v Voller; Nationwide News Pty Limited v Voller; Australian News Channel Pty Ltd v Voller [2021] HCA 27 (Voller), the Court ruled by a 5-2 majority that online news publications could be held liable for defamatory posts on the social media pages they controlled.

Both decisions concern what it means to be a “publisher”, which is a technical concept under defamation law. A defendant cannot be held liable for defamatory material unless it is established that he published the material.

While the majority in Voller concluded that when news outlets allowed readers to post comments on articles on social media pages, those news outlets became the publisher of those comments for defamation purposes, in Defteros a majority concluded that the inclusion of hyperlinks to defamatory articles in a list of search results did not make Google a publisher.

The appellant cannot be said to have been involved in the communication of the defamatory material with reference to the circumstances in Webb v. Bloch and Vollerwrote Kiefel CJ and Gleeson J at [49], in reasons agreed by Gageler J., Edelman and Steward JJ. also agreeing with the orders. Webb v Bloch (1928) 41 CLR 331 is considered the classic publication case under Australian libel law.

Defteros concerned the Victorian barrister, George Defteros, who practiced criminal law. Mr Defteros represented well-known people in Melbourne’s ‘gang wars’, including Mick Gatto and Mario Condello. Mr. Defteros and Mr. Condello were charged with the offenses in 2004, but those charges were dropped the following year. In the meantime, however, the Age published an article titled “Underworld loses a precious friend at court.”

In the Supreme Court of Victoria, Richards J found that this article carried the defamatory charge that Mr Defteros had crossed a line and become a friend and confidant of criminal elements, rather than a professional lawyer (Defteros v. Google LLC [2020] CSV 219 (April 30, 2020)).

Richards J also discovered that the imputation had also been forwarded or published by Google, when Google included a hyperlink to the article The Age in the title of the article which appeared following a search for the name by George Defteros.

After the Court of Appeal upheld Justice Richard’s decision (Defteros v. Google LLC [2021] VSCA 167 (June 17, 2021)), Google appealed to the High Court. The appeal was based in part on the ground that the Court of Appeal erred in finding that Google published the defamatory material.

In three judgments, Kiefel JC and Gleeson J, Gageler J and Edelman and Steward JJ allowed Google’s appeal.

Kiefel CJ and Gleeson J wrote:

“[Google] has not approved the writing of defamatory statements for publication. He did not in any way contribute to the publication of the Underworld article on The Age’s webpage. It did not provide a forum or place where it could be posted, nor did it encourage the writing of comments in response to the article that might contain defamatory material. Contrary to the finding of the trial judge, the appellant did not contribute to the communication of the Underworld article. It has helped people searching the web to find and access certain information.

But in His Honor’s concurring judgment, Judge Gageler nonetheless hinted that there might be circumstances in which providing a hyperlink could constitute publication for defamation.

“Accepting that the provision of a hyperlink is not sufficient to amount to participation in the publication process which ends when a third party clicks on the hyperlink in order to consult the web page is not to deny that the providing a hyperlink may combine with other factors to amount to participation in that process of posting content to that other web page,” Gageler J wrote at [66].

“The late 19th century English Court of Appeal decision in Hird v Wood – treating as an editor a man seated on a stool smoking a pipe and continually pointing to a sign in order to draw the attention of passers-by to the writing on the placard – illustrates that the taking of an action which calls the attention of a third party to the availability of a material in a manner which has the effect of inducing or encouraging the third party to take a action which has the effect of making such material available for his or her understanding may be sufficient to amount to participation in the publication of such material. Whether a particular action amounts to inducement or encouragement of this nature is rightly described as a matter of “fact and degree” [66].

In Vollerit was relevant that the media companies created the social media pages on which the defamatory comments were posted and took advantage of the public interest in those pages.

In Defteros, the majority singled out Google’s involvement in the communication as defamatory material. “Google does not, simply by providing the search result in a form that includes the hyperlink, direct, induce or encourage the searcher to click on the hyperlink“wrote Gageler J to [74].

Justices Keane and Gordon disagreed with the majority. In separate decisions, the two found that Google was a publisher of Age’s defamatory article.

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Check Hyperlinks in Your Oracle/NetSuite Contracts – Contracts and Commercial Law https://instantpagerankchecker.com/check-hyperlinks-in-your-oracle-netsuite-contracts-contracts-and-commercial-law/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:30:01 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/check-hyperlinks-in-your-oracle-netsuite-contracts-contracts-and-commercial-law/ September 12, 2022 LLP Tactical Law Group To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. If you are considering entering into an agreement for Oracle/NetSuite (“NetSuite”) Enterprise Resource Planning (“ERP”) software and/or professional services, it is important that you verify, download, store and read all web […]]]>

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com.

If you are considering entering into an agreement for Oracle/NetSuite (“NetSuite”) Enterprise Resource Planning (“ERP”) software and/or professional services, it is important that you verify, download, store and read all web pages referenced in the estimate. , Ordering Document, Statement of Work and any other documents provided by NetSuite. NetSuite is probably betting that you will not read or negotiate any of the terms contained in this embedded document. And, as shown below, you definitely want to!

Even if they are often not in blue type or underlined, certain web addresses referenced in the contractual documents may be hyperlinks. We advise you to click on all the addresses. If it is indeed a hyperlink, be sure to record the external page it links to as this material may not be readily available in the future. The same applies to other referenced web addresses. This material is usually incorporated into the contractual documents and thus forms part of the agreement with NetSuite. Additionally, you should verify that the date of the referenced material matches what is stated in your contract document(s). That is, if the draft agreement your company received from NetSuite states that it is governed by Subscription Services Agreement v020121, but the link directs you to a Subscription Service Agreement (“SSA”) with a different release date, you’ll either want to get a copy of the release with a matching date to review, or have NetSuite correct the contract documents.

We also cannot stress enough the importance of reading what is contained in the material referenced on the NetSuite website before signing on the dotted line, as the terms are likely one-sided. As of the date of writing this blog post, the NetSuite website states that “[i]If your order is placed on or after July 20, 2022 and references the Subscription Services Agreement available at https://www.oracle.com/corporate/contracts/cloud-services/netsuite/, then the version of the June 1, 2022 of the Subscription Services Agreement applies to this order.” This version of the SSA contains additional hyperlinks (all of which should also be downloaded and reviewed) and, by way of limited example, provides:

  • 9.2. ORACLE DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICES WILL BE ERROR-FREE OR UNINTERRUPTED, THAT ORACLE WILL CORRECT ALL ERRORS IN THE SERVICE, OR THAT THE SERVICES WILL MEET CUSTOMER’S REQUIREMENTS OR EXPECTATIONS. ORACLE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY PROBLEMS WITH THE PERFORMANCE, OPERATION OR SECURITY OF THE SERVICES ARISING FROM CUSTOMER DATA OR THIRD PARTY APPLICATIONS OR SERVICES PROVIDED BY THIRD PARTIES.

  • 10.1. IN NO EVENT WILL EITHER PARTY OR ITS AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, OR ANY LOST INCOME, PROFITS (EXCLUDING COSTS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT), SALES, DATA, DATA USAGE, GOODWILL, OR REPUTATION.

  • 10.2 IN NO EVENT SHALL ORACLE AND ITS AFFILIATES’ AGGREGATE LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT OR CUSTOMER’S ESTIMATE/ORDER FORM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNTS ACTUALLY PAID UNDER CUSTOMER OR SOW’S ESTIMATE/ORDER FORM FOR SERVICES GIVING RISE TO THE LIABILITY DURING THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE EVENT GIVING RISE TO THE LIABILITY.

These and other terms can be important for your business decision-making process, as well as later if something goes wrong.

The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide on the subject. Specialist advice should be sought regarding your particular situation.

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Fendi’s Energy Entry Row, Space Hyperlinks With Sergio Ross, Scandal Over Chinese Chinese Actor Li Yifeng – WWD https://instantpagerankchecker.com/fendis-energy-entry-row-space-hyperlinks-with-sergio-ross-scandal-over-chinese-chinese-actor-li-yifeng-wwd/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 07:55:43 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/fendis-energy-entry-row-space-hyperlinks-with-sergio-ross-scandal-over-chinese-chinese-actor-li-yifeng-wwd/ GREAT REUNION: Does it get any more main than that? Friday was technically the first day of New York Trend Week and already it’s hard to think of a more dramatic entry row than proof for Fendi‘s. Held at the Hammerstein Ballroom in midtown Manhattan, the Friday night show – a collaboration between Kim Jones […]]]>

GREAT REUNION: Does it get any more main than that?

Friday was technically the first day of New York Trend Week and already it’s hard to think of a more dramatic entry row than proof for Fendi‘s.

Held at the Hammerstein Ballroom in midtown Manhattan, the Friday night show – a collaboration between Kim Jones and Marc Jacobs – featured the designers’ many well-known associates. Kim Kardashian is often, quite simply, the most prominent superstar to sit in the front row on every show she attends, but her arrival in the room was a blip on the radar compared to who came next. : Kate Moss, Christy Turlington burns, Amber Valetta and Shalom Harlow — the Supers, minus a few — were all in attendance, cheering on Jones and Jacobs. Moss played the proud mother during a recital, filming her daughter Lila Moss who opened the show. And when formidable castmate Linda Evangelista was introduced in the final arc, the entire ballroom, Supers included, went wild.

Elsewhere in the entry row were Sarah Jessica Parker, Naomi Watts, Maude and Iris Apatow, Lori Harvey, Karlie Kloss, Lee Min-ho, Tune Hye-kyo, Jordan Alexander, Natalia Dyer, Chloe Bailey, Imaan Hammam, Rachel Brosnahan and more. Designers like Zac Posen and Tommy Hilfiger are also present.

The front rows have been back in droves this NYFW, with the few reveals that have taken place already attracting VIP attendance. Janet Jackson was at Christian Siriano, Doja Cat took Bronx and Bancoand there were even some familiar faces walking around Collina Strada: Ella Emhoff, Hari Nef and Jemima Kirke were all on the show.

So who might be high Fendi‘s VIP visitor record? Tom Ford, your transfer. —LEIGH NORDSTROM

NEW PARTNERS: Space, the American luxury model based on Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk, whose crystal-clear glamor has been embraced by Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa and former first wife Michelle Obama, among others, is teaming up with Italian shoe brand Sergio Rossi on a band.

Sandals from the Space x Sergio Rossi range.

The range of 20 styles could be introduced and purchased in February 2023, but are teased on Monday’s Space Fall 2022 style show on the Frick Madison, along with 4 pairs of sandalsas well as a pair of black satin stilettos with crystal stilettos and unicorn horn-like crystal protrusions on the toes.

“I think strongly of this partnership which explores the different aspects of femininity, discovering magnificence in all its forms and expressions,” said Riccardo Sciutto, Group Managing Director Sergio Rossi. “With this collaboration, Sergio Rossi continues to build on a long line of collaborations but in this case with one of the fashion industry’s influential manufacturers. We now have the best accomplice to collectively reshape the principles of femininity.

“This collaboration embodies the synergy of heritage and experience infused with modernity and innovation,” added Piotrek Panszczyk, co-founder and inventive director of Space.

In recent years, Sergio Rossi has also collaborated with American designers Rosie Assoulin and Adam Lippes, as well as with the Milanese shoe brand Manebi. Fosun Trend Group, parent or parent company of Lanvin, St. John and Wolford, acquired the popular shoe model in 2021.

Founded in 2014, Space has won a following for its decadent, resonant ’80s, extra-glam stage outfits, corsets, jeans and gear. “We like to take advantage with this concept of low cost and style, of what is finished and what is not. It also reminds us once again of home. For example, when my mother lived in communist Poland, they didn’t really have access to it, but they were all so discreet. The Russian ladies were the same. They did it on their own,” Panszczyk told WWD in a 2019 interview.

“We now have all these budding ‘It’ women who are into it as well. I don’t know, it’s like a pleasant variety of individuals that each yearns to be something they may not be. —BOOTH MOORE

YIFENG SCANDAL: Chinese-speaking actor Li Yifeng, the face of PradaPanerai, Remy Martin and L’Oréal Paris, has been detained by authorities for repeatedly visiting prostitutes, which is prohibited in China.

According to state media CCTV, Li’s misconduct, which he confessed to, was uncovered during a judicial investigation.

While the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau’s one-time announcement of the detention on Weibo did not reveal its full title, CCTV confirmed it was the actor, 35, citing sources from “authoritative channels”.

Li Yifeng enters PradaThe fall 2022 rehearsal is present in Beijing.

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Prada and Panerai said shortly after the news broke that the two manufacturers had terminated Li’s ambassadorship.

Li is the most recent high-level goal in Chinathe crackdown on the entertainment industry, following a string of huge Chinese language stars like Deng Lun, Zheng Shuang, Kris Wu and Zhao Wei who fell out of favor for alleged private and financial misconduct last year.

He entered The Prada Fall 2022 show in Beijing last month, alongside movie stars such as Liao Fan, winner of the Silver Bear for Best Actor at the Sixty-Fourth Berlin World Film Competition, and Kara Wai Ying Hong, three-time winner of the Hong Kong Movie Award for Best actress.

With over 60 million Weibo subscribers, Li rose to fame by starring in a series of popular TV shows. He received Best Actor at the China TV Golden Eagle Award in 2018 for his portrayal of a spy agent in the interval drama “Sparrow.”

Besides being tapped by luxury manufacturers, Li was also the face of Asics, Budweiser, Chinese pure natural products maker King To Nin Jiom and golf equipment maker Honma.

All of the manufacturers had severed ties with Li by Sunday night. — TIANWEI ZHANG

POST FOR A POST: Philosophy of Lorenzo Serafini opens the doors of its next style presented to the general public.

The model, who is run by Aeffe Group, is launching a contest on Instagram to give 5 people the chance to catch her show during Milan Trend Week, which runs from September 21-26.

Starting Monday, customers are invited to share their favorite photo from the model’s newsfeed on their accounts via an Instagram story, along with the brand’s tag and the dedicated hashtag #PhilosophyGuest.

The competition will end on September 19, when the company will decide the winners of the golden tickets granting a place in the event, which will take place on September 24 at Palazzo Mezzanotte, the building housing the Italian Stock Exchange.

A second from the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini fall 2023 present in Milan.

Aeffe Group’s agenda for Milan Trend Week is about to be packed, as the company additionally controls the Alberta Ferretti, Moschino and Pollini Labels. Alberta Ferretti will present its show on September 21, while Moschino will present its Spring 2023 collection the following evening. The Pollini equipment model will host a presentation on September 23, the day before the presentation of the philosophy.

The women’s label designed by Lorenzo Serafini is simply not the main model in order to add a democratic touch to its format this style season.

As reportedDiesel shared his intention to open his show to the general public through an online entry process. Last monthPrada also revealed that its third Timecapsule NFT merchandise would have allowed select customers to attend its September 22 fashion show.

Each Prada customer purchasing one of the many limited edition black cotton poplin shirts with archival prints acquired a free NFT and was automatically shortlisted for the opportunity to be sent to Milan and attend occasionally. Details may be communicated onPrada encrypted», the model’s community area on the social platform Discord. —SANDRA SALIBIAN

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How to Create Hyperlinks in Microsoft Word https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-create-hyperlinks-in-microsoft-word/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 16:45:00 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-create-hyperlinks-in-microsoft-word/ In Microsoft Word, you can create hyperlinks to specific parts of a document or links to external files, websites, or emails. Here’s how it works! Hyperlinks are a convenient way to refer your readers to external pages or even internal sections of your Word document. With hyperlinks in Word, you can create clickable text or […]]]>

In Microsoft Word, you can create hyperlinks to specific parts of a document or links to external files, websites, or emails. Here’s how it works!

Hyperlinks are a convenient way to refer your readers to external pages or even internal sections of your Word document. With hyperlinks in Word, you can create clickable text or graphics that take your reader to a specified destination.

This destination can be a web page, a section of the Word document, an email address or even a local file on the computer. Creating a hyperlink is easy and will certainly be better than a typed web page address. Read on to learn all about hyperlinks in Word!


Creating a hyperlink in Word is quite simple. The destination of your hyperlink can be one of the following:

  • A Web page
  • An existing folder
  • A place in the current document
  • E-mail address

The process of creating a hyperlink in Word is the same for all except for the final step, which is determining the destination. We’ll cover all four in this article.

Link to an existing webpage or file

The most common form of hyperlinks is one that directs to a web page. Web pages and local files are in the same category when you insert a hyperlink in Word. Let’s start with a simple example and create a hyperlink to the MakeUseOf home page. Here’s how to create a hyperlink in Word:


  1. Highlight the text you want to use as an anchor. Skip this step if you want to hyperlink to an image.
  2. Right-click the highlighted text or image.
  3. From the context menu, select Link. This will open the Insert hyperlink the window.

  4. Select Existing file or web page.
  5. In the text box next to Address, enter the address of the target web page. If you want to link to a file, select it in the file browser.

  6. Click on OKAY.

In the default word theme, the anchor text will be blue and underlined. Of course, you can change the style just like you would any other text in Word. You can remove the underline and change the font color to your liking, but it’s a good idea to let the reader know that this specific piece of text is a hyperlink so they don’t accidentally click on it.

Link to a location in the document

You can also create a hyperlink that takes the reader to different sections of your documents. Naturally, the requirement for creating such a hyperlink is to have structures such as headings or bookmarks in your document to target. However, you can still link to the top of the document.

  1. Select your text or image and right click on it.
  2. From the context menu, select Link.
  3. In the Insert Link window, select Place in this document.

  4. Select the hyperlink target destination.
  5. Click on OKAY.

You now have your hyperlink. You can click on it while holding down CTRL on your keyboard to see it in action.

Link to an email address

Email addresses can also be the target destination of your hyperlink in Word. When the reader clicks on such a link, their default mail app or browser will create a new mail to the address given in your hyperlink.


  1. Select the text or image to which you want to add a hyperlink.
  2. Right click on it and select Link in the context menu.
  3. In the Insert a link window, select E-mail address.

  4. Insert target email as E-mail address. You can also enter a custom subject for the email under Matter.
  5. Click on OKAY.

Now whenever someone clicks on that hyperlink, they will be redirected to their mail app or browser with new mail at that address ready to be sent.

You can make your documents more practical and elegant by creating hyperlinks, rather than just dumping link addresses into your document. This way, you can attach the hyperlink to anchor text or image and keep your document looking professional.

You can link to web pages using hyperlinks, but hyperlinks in Word are capable of more than that. You can link to existing files, email addresses, or sections of your document. And now you know how to do it all!

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How to Insert, Delete and Manage Hyperlinks in Microsoft Word https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-insert-delete-and-manage-hyperlinks-in-microsoft-word/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 15:47:35 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-insert-delete-and-manage-hyperlinks-in-microsoft-word/ Adding hyperlinks to your Word document is an easy way to give your readers quick access to information on the web or in another part of a document without having to include that content directly on the page. Let’s see how to insert, manage and delete different types of hyperlinks in your Word documents. Insert […]]]>

Adding hyperlinks to your Word document is an easy way to give your readers quick access to information on the web or in another part of a document without having to include that content directly on the page. Let’s see how to insert, manage and delete different types of hyperlinks in your Word documents.

Insert a hyperlink to an external web page

You can link a word or phrase from your Word document to an external web page, and they work much like links you would find on the web. First, load the web page you want to link to in your web browser. You’ll want to copy the URL in a moment.

In your Word document, highlight the text you want to link. You can also use this same technique to add a link to an image.

Selected text in Word

Right-click on the selected text, point to the “Link” option, then click the “Insert Link” command.

Insert a link in the context menu

In the Insert Hyperlink window, select “Existing File or Web Page” on the left.

Existing file or web page in Insert Link box

Type (or copy and paste) the URL of the web page into the “Address” field.

URL in Address field

And then click “OK” to save your hyperlink.

OK button

And just like that, you turned that text into a link.

Linked text in Word

Insert a hyperlink to another location in the same document

If you’re working with a long Word document, you can make it easier for readers by linking to other parts of the document when you mention them. For example, you can tell a reader that they “will find more information on the subject in part 2”. Instead of letting them find part 2 on their own, why not turn it into a hyperlink. It’s the same sort of thing Word does when you automatically generate a Table of Contents.

RELATED: How to Create and Update a Table of Contents in Microsoft Word

To create a hyperlink to a different location in the same document, you must first set up a bookmark that you will link to.

Place your cursor where you want to insert the bookmark.

Cursor placed to add bookmark

Switch to the “Insert” tab on Word’s ribbon.

Insert a tab

On the Insert tab, click the “Bookmark” button.

Bookmark in the Insert tab

In the Bookmark window, type the name you want for your bookmark. The name must start with a letter, but can include letters and numbers (but no spaces).

Name for a bookmark

Click “Add” to insert your bookmark.

Add a button

Now that you’ve set up a bookmark, you can add a link to it. Select the text you want to turn into a link.

Selected text in Word

Right-click on the selected text, point to the “Link” option, then click the “Insert Link” command.

Insert a link in the context menu

In the Insert Hyperlink window, click the “Place in this document” option on the left.

Place in this document in the Insert link box

On the right you will see a list of bookmarks in the document. Select the one you want.

Bookmark selected

And then click the “OK” button.

OK button

Now every time you click that link, Word jumps to the bookmark.

Insert a hyperlink to an email address

If you include contact information in your document, you can also link to an email address.

RELATED: How to send a Word document as the body of an email message

Select and then right-click the text you want to turn into a link.

Selected text in Word

Point to the “Link” option, then click the “Insert Link” button.

Insert a link in the context menu

Select the “Email Address” option on the left of the Insert Hyperlink window.

Email address in the Insert link box

Type the email address you want to link to. Word automatically adds the text “mailto:” at the beginning of the address. This helps the link open in the reader’s default email client.

Email address entered in the Insert link box

Click “OK” to insert your link.

OK button

And now, each time you click on the link, a blank message should open in the default email client, already addressed to the linked recipient.

Insert a hyperlink that creates a new document

You can also insert a link that creates a new, blank Word document when clicked. This can be useful when building a document set.

RELATED: How to Use Microsoft Word’s Compare Feature

Select the text you want to turn into a link, then right-click it.

Selected text in Word

Point to the “Link” option, then select the “Insert Link” command.

Insert a link in the context menu

Select “Create a new document” on the left.

Create a new document in the Insert Link area

Type the name you want to use for the new document.

New document name

Indicate whether you want to edit the new document later or immediately. If you select the option to edit the new document now, Word creates and opens the new document which will open immediately.

When to Change Options

Click “OK” when finished.

OK button

Edit a hyperlink

Occasionally you have needed to change a existing hyperlink in your document. To do this, right-click the hyperlink, then choose “Edit Hyperlink” from the context menu.

Change hyperlink in menu

Edit or type a new hyperlink in the “Address” box.

URL in Address box

And then click the “OK” button.

OK button

Delete a hyperlink

Removing a hyperlink from your document is also easy. Simply right-click on the linked text and choose “Remove Hyperlink” from the context menu.

Remove hyperlink in menu

And There you go ! The hyperlink has disappeared.

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How to remove all hyperlinks in a Word document using VBA https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-remove-all-hyperlinks-in-a-word-document-using-vba/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-remove-all-hyperlinks-in-a-word-document-using-vba/ Deleting hyperlinks in Word is easier than even adding them, but this child’s play can become quite tiring when done in large quantities. VBA is a powerful tool in Office applications, including Word, that allows you to automate almost any task. By using VBA to create a macro in Word, you can remove all hyperlinks […]]]>

Deleting hyperlinks in Word is easier than even adding them, but this child’s play can become quite tiring when done in large quantities. VBA is a powerful tool in Office applications, including Word, that allows you to automate almost any task.

By using VBA to create a macro in Word, you can remove all hyperlinks from your document in one quick motion. This way you can increase your speed when it comes to removing hyperlinks from dozens of documents.


VBA or Visual Basic for Applications allows you to write snippets of code as macros in Word. Each time you run the macro, the Visual Basic code runs, automatically completing the task assigned to it.

Removing hyperlinks in Word using VBA requires little knowledge of the programming language itself, as it all boils down to two lines, but it will help ease your workload. To create this simple macro, we will go to the developer tab, create the macro, insert the corresponding code, and then use it.


These steps are exclusive to the first time you create the macro. Then all you have to do is press the hotkey to run the code and remove the hyperlinks. If you’re looking for a head start on Word macros, read our article on how to get started using macros in Word.

1. Access the Developer tab

The first step is to go to the Developer tab in Word. For security reasons, this tab and its features are disabled by default in Word. Here’s how to access the Developer tab in Word:

  1. Go to the Case menu in Word.
  2. Select Choice. This will open the Word options the window.
  3. In Word Options, select Customize the ribbon in the left tabs.
  4. On the right, under Main tabsCheck Developer.
  5. Click on OKAY.

Now the Developer tab will appear between the View and Help tabs.

2. Creation of the macro

With the Developer tab available, now is the time to create a macro and write some code for it.

  1. Go to the Developer tongue.
  2. From Coded section, select Macros. This will open the Macros window.
  3. Enter a name for your macro in the text box.
  4. Click on Create.

Once you have clicked Create, you will be taken to the VBA workspace, where you can see your macro code. Right now, your code should consist of two declarations:

A Under at the start to indicate the start of your macro, and a End caption at the end to indicate the end of your macro. The green line is a comment that does not affect the code. It’s there to save you from getting lost when you have dozens of macros.

Now it’s time to add the code. Copy the code below and paste it just before the End caption statement:

Selection.WholeStory
Selection.Fields.Unlink

The code here is simple. First, we select the entire document with Selection.WholeStory. Once the whole document is selected, Selection.Fields.Ungroup will run to ungroup all fields from the text. This way, the hyperlinks are unlinked, but their anchor texts or graphics remain as they were. Your code should look like the following:

3. Using the macro

Once you are done with your code, simply close the VBA workspace. You don’t need to save or anything like that. The next step now is to create a shortcut for this macro to make removing hyperlinks even easier.

  1. Go to the Files menu in Word.
  2. Click on Choice at the bottom of the list.
  3. In Word Options, navigate to Customize the ribbon.
  4. Click on Personalize close to Keyboard shortcuts. This will open a new window.

  5. In the new window, scroll the Categories list and select Macros.
  6. On the right, under Macrosselect your macro.
  7. Click on the text box under, Press the new shortcut key.

  8. Enter a key combination as a shortcut for your macro. It is better to include Gap, CTRLand Other in your combination so that it doesn’t interfere with the default Word shortcuts.
  9. Click on close then click OKAY.


Your macro is now usable with the keyboard shortcut you just assigned to it. Go ahead and press the key combination on your keyboard. The macro will do its magic!

Automate your tasks with VBA in Word

VBA is a useful tool designed to relieve you when you need to make changes to dozens of documents. Deleting hyperlinks in Word is easy in a single document, but it can get tricky when you have to do it multiple times afterwards. Now you know how to automate this task and let your macro take care of it.

The beauty of VBA doesn’t end with simple macros. This could be the first step on your journey to mastering VBA and creating great macros and functionality in Word and other Office applications.

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How to Add Hyperlinks in Word https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-add-hyperlinks-in-word/ Sat, 20 Aug 2022 11:30:20 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-add-hyperlinks-in-word/ When you create a Microsoft Word document that you plan to share with others, you can take it a step further by including hyperlinks. You can link to a web page, file, location in your document, or email address. Your readers then simply click on the link rather than taking further action themselves. In addition […]]]>

When you create a Microsoft Word document that you plan to share with others, you can take it a step further by including hyperlinks. You can link to a web page, file, location in your document, or email address. Your readers then simply click on the link rather than taking further action themselves.

In addition to being useful to your readers, links can also benefit you. They are great for checking your references, doing more research, opening another file or navigating through your document, just select the link.

Here we will show you how to add hyperlinks in Word to the above mentioned items.

Link to a webpage in Word

Linking to a specific website or webpage is a good way for your readers to visit a source you mention.

Step 1: Select the text from your Word document that you want to link. You can do this by dragging your cursor over it, which highlights it.

2nd step: Go to the Insert tab, select Connections > Linkand choose Insert a link. You can also right-click text, jump to Link and choose Insert a link in the context menu.

Step 3: When the Insert Link window opens, choose Existing file or web page to the left.

Step 4: If you recently viewed the page, it may appear in the list for you to select. Take Browsed Pages in the central window and choose the page. It then appears in the Address box.

If you don’t see the page in the list, type or paste its URL into the Address box.

Pages browsed in the Insert Link area in Word.

Step 5: Select OKAY to apply the link.

Step 6: You will then see the text you selected in your linked document, which is blue and underlined. When you select the link, the site or page opens in your default web browser.

Text related to a website in Word.

Link to another file in Word

One way hyperlinks are useful as an author by linking to another file, such as a document, spreadsheet, or something else related to your current document.

Step 1: Select the text from your Word document that you want to link.

2nd step: Go to the Insert tab, select Connections > Linkand choose Insert a link or right-click, move to Link and choose Insert a link.

Step 3: When the Insert Link window opens, choose Existing file or web page to the left.

Step 4: Select the file by doing one of the following:

  • Picking out Current folder if the file is in the same folder as the current document and select it.
  • Take Recent files if you recently opened or created the file and select it from the list.
  • Enter the full file path in the field Address box.
Current folder in the Insert Link box in Word.

Step 5: Select OKAY to apply the link to your text.

Step 6: You will then see the selected text in your linked document. When you select the link, the file should open.

Text linked to a file in Word.

Link to a place in the document

If you have a long document, you may want to link to particular sections for easier navigation. You can link to headers, bookmarks, or the top of the document.

Step 1: Select the text from your Word document that you want to link.

2nd step: Go to the Insert tab, select Connections > Linkand choose Insert a link or right-click, move to Link and choose Insert a link.

Step 3: When the Insert Link window opens, choose Place in this document to the left.

Step 4: You will see a list of options on the right. If you don’t have any headers or bookmarks, you’ll only see the Top of document option.

Select the location of the document you want to link to and choose OKAY to apply the link.

Place in this document in the Insert link box in Word.

Step 5: You will then see your selected text linked in your document. When you select the link, you must navigate to that location in the document.

Text linked to a title in the Word document.

Link to an email address

You may have a contact list in your document or your own email address for readers to contact you. You can link to an email address and optionally include a subject line.

Step 1: Select the text from your Word document that you want to link.

2nd step: Go to the Insert tab, select Connections > Linkand choose Insert a link or right-click, move to Link and choose Insert a link.

Step 3: When the Insert Link window opens, choose E-mail address to the left.

Step 4: In the Recently used email addresses box, you can see the email address you want to use. If so, just select it.

If you don’t see the email address listed, enter it in the E-mail address box near the top.

Step 5: Optionally include the Matter in this box. This automatically fills the email with this subject line, making it easier to find in the recipient’s inbox.

Email address in the Insert link box in Word.

Step 6: Select OKAY to apply the link to your text.

Step 7: You will then see the selected text in your linked document. When you select the link, a new message window should appear in your default messaging application.

Text linked to an email address in Word.

Edit, copy or delete a hyperlink in Word

After adding a link to your Word document, you may want to make a change or remove the link. You might also want an easy way to copy the link and paste it somewhere else rather than opening it.

Right-click the link in the document and do one of the following:

  • Select Edit hyperlink to make a change. This opens the same window you used to add the link.
  • Take Copy hyperlink to put the link in your clipboard. You can then stick it where you need it.
  • Picking out Remove hyperlink to remove the link. Your text remains but becomes unlinked.

Whether you want to include a link for readers or just for yourself, it’s simple to do in Microsoft Word.

Now that you know how to add hyperlinks in Word, find out how add a watermark or how to use headers and footers.

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]]> How to Insert Absolute and Relative Hyperlinks in a Microsoft Word Document https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-insert-absolute-and-relative-hyperlinks-in-a-microsoft-word-document/ Mon, 15 Aug 2022 18:50:00 +0000 https://instantpagerankchecker.com/how-to-insert-absolute-and-relative-hyperlinks-in-a-microsoft-word-document/ If you want a hyperlink to always work, use absolute and relative hyperlinks appropriately in a Microsoft Word document. Image: Sai/Adobe Stock Hyperlinks take users to another location in the Microsoft Word document, another document or a web page. Inserting hyperlinks is a simple task, but you may encounter problems when inserting hyperlinks to external […]]]>

If you want a hyperlink to always work, use absolute and relative hyperlinks appropriately in a Microsoft Word document.

Image: Sai/Adobe Stock

Hyperlinks take users to another location in the Microsoft Word document, another document or a web page. Inserting hyperlinks is a simple task, but you may encounter problems when inserting hyperlinks to external files. Word supports two types of hyperlinks: absolute and relative. It is essential to use the correct one when linking to an external file.

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In this tutorial, you will learn the difference between absolute and relative hyperlinks in Word, so that you can apply them correctly. I use Microsoft 365 on a 64-bit Windows 10 system, but you can use older versions of Word.

The Difference Between Absolute and Relative in Word

If you’re unfamiliar with hyperlinks, there are some terms you may not be familiar with, so let’s quickly review them.

A Hyperlink is specially formatted content that responds to a click by opening a file, webpage, or moving the cursor to another location within the same file. By default, Word underlines hyperlinks and changes linked text to blue, but also coordinates with the document’s theme colors. Hyperlinks in a Word document change color once you click on them to indicate that you have used them.

A absolute hyperlink contains the full address of the target file or website, such as https://techrepublic.com. Use them when you’re linking to a web page or file that’s outside of your domain.

A relative hyperlink contains an address relative to the current domain or file location. They contain only the name of the target page preceded by the path of the folder necessary to reach the target file.

Now let’s take the next step and insert some hyperlinks in a Word document.

How to Quickly Insert Hyperlinks in Word

Word is smart enough to recognize a URL or email address and responds by formatting the address as a hyperlink. Entering the address is the only task you have.

For example, in a Word document, type https://techrepublic.com and press Enter. Word will immediately format it as a hyperlink, as shown in Figure A. By clicking on the hyperlink, you will be redirected to the TechRepublic homepage. This is an absolute link; it will always take you to the same place unless that page no longer exists.

Figure A

Enter a URL and Word automatically applies the hyperlink format.

On the surface, hyperlinks display the full URL or descriptive text. If you want to edit the hyperlink text, right-click on it and choose Edit Hyperlink from the resulting submenu. In the resulting dialog box, change the text of the Text to Display control to TechRepublic, as shown in Figure B.

Figure B

Change the hyperlink display text.

Figure C

The hyperlink no longer displays the URL.

When you want to link to another location in the current document, you’ll use the same interface to add a hyperlink to a title or bookmark that’s in the same document. To demonstrate this behavior, you’ll need a Word document with heading text that you’ve styled with one of the built-in headings, such as Heading 2. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. First, enter the title text, Section Two, and apply the Heading 2 style. This is where the hyperlink will lead.
  2. Position your cursor where you want to add the hyperlink that links to the title of section two – on another page or several pages further.
  3. Enter the Section Two hyperlink text and right-click it.
  4. Select Link from the resulting submenu.
  5. In the resulting dialog box, click Place in this document (Figure D).
  6. In the list, click Section Two.
  7. Click OK.

Figure D

Hyperlink the text.

After adding the hyperlink, you can click on it to go to the header of section two. This is a relative hyperlink. If you add or remove pages, the hyperlink knows where the section two header is and you don’t need to update the hyperlink itself.

It’s easy to insert a relative hyperlink without even knowing it. When this happens, the link may not work properly after the document is distributed.

How to Use Absolute Hyperlinks in All New Word Documents

One way to ensure that hyperlinks always find the right target outside your domain is to use absolute hyperlinks. In fact, you can even force Word to use absolute hyperlinks like so:

  1. Click on the File menu and select Options.
  2. In the left pane, click Advanced.
  3. In the General section, click Web Options.
  4. Click on the Files tab.
  5. Uncheck Update links on save (Figure E).
  6. Click OK twice.

Figure E

Uncheck this option to use absolute hyperlinks in all Word documents.

Uncheck this option to protect absolute hyperlinks that point to files on your local system. This option is an application-level option, so your choice impacts all future Word documents. However, the truth is that this is an extreme setting that you will only use when you are not working within a larger organization. Otherwise, you may want a more flexible choice.

How to use absolute hyperlinks in current document

If you know you will always want to use absolute hyperlinks in the future, setting the option at the application level is a reasonable choice. If absolute hyperlinking is something you will do in some documents and not in others, you can set a document-level option as follows:

  1. Click on the File tab and then on Info.
  2. From the Properties drop-down list, choose Advanced Properties.
  3. Click the Summary tab.
  4. In the Hyperlink Base control, enter the absolute path you want for all hyperlinks in this document (F-number).
  5. Click OK.

F-number

Enter an absolute path in the Hyperlink Base option.

This property can be a bit confusing because you’re not forcing every hyperlink to be absolute; you force each hyperlink to be absolute by using the same path. Knowing the difference between relative and absolute hyperlinks can prevent failures when linking to documents outside your domain.

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