A fat link (also known as a "one-to-many" link, an "extended link") or a "multi-tailed link" is a hyperlink which leads to multiple endpoints; the link is a multivalued function. The hyperlinks that are attached to the same design object can be grouped into a fat link for representational purposes, and the activation of a fat link gives a menu of the links contained in it (cf. hyperlink history list), from which individual links can then be activated. The concept is also covered in Grønbæk and Trigg's extended Dexter model, which cites the Instructional Design Environment.

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  • Un lien épais est un hyperlien qui pointe vers plusieurs destinations. « Les hyperliens qui sont attachés au même design object peuvent être regroupés dans un lien épais pour des besoins de représentation, et l'activation du lien épais aura pour effet d'offrir un menu des liens qu'il contient (cf. hyperlink history list), à partir duquel les liens individuels peuvent être activés. » — Harri Oinas-Kukkonen Le concept est également traité dans le modèle étendu de Dexter par Grønbæk et Trigg, qui citent l'Instructional Design Environment. Maintenant que des navigateurs web comme Opera, Firefox, Safari, et Internet Explorer 7 supportent la navigation par onglets, il est potentiellement possible qu'un lien ouvre plusieurs onglets, permettant aux utilisateurs d'accéder à plusieurs destinations en un clic de souris. Ce concept a précédé le World Wide Web. (fr)
  • A fat link (also known as a "one-to-many" link, an "extended link") or a "multi-tailed link" is a hyperlink which leads to multiple endpoints; the link is a multivalued function. The hyperlinks that are attached to the same design object can be grouped into a fat link for representational purposes, and the activation of a fat link gives a menu of the links contained in it (cf. hyperlink history list), from which individual links can then be activated. The concept is also covered in Grønbæk and Trigg's extended Dexter model, which cites the Instructional Design Environment. The concept pre-dates the World Wide Web. However, there have been calls for fat links to be implemented on the web (e.g. Jakob Nielsen in his Alertbox for January 3, 2005 ). The idea was implemented in 2007 by two services: first AFewURLs, then FatURL. In 2011, Brief.ly launched a service allowing to have multiple links in tabs. It followed by Links2.Me and Many.at as well as Feed2Tabs and Links2Tabs plugins for WordPress. In 2012, Briefly.PRO version of the platform allowed anyone to run similar services on their own domain names. (en)
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • A fat link (also known as a "one-to-many" link, an "extended link") or a "multi-tailed link" is a hyperlink which leads to multiple endpoints; the link is a multivalued function. The hyperlinks that are attached to the same design object can be grouped into a fat link for representational purposes, and the activation of a fat link gives a menu of the links contained in it (cf. hyperlink history list), from which individual links can then be activated. The concept is also covered in Grønbæk and Trigg's extended Dexter model, which cites the Instructional Design Environment. (en)
  • Un lien épais est un hyperlien qui pointe vers plusieurs destinations. « Les hyperliens qui sont attachés au même design object peuvent être regroupés dans un lien épais pour des besoins de représentation, et l'activation du lien épais aura pour effet d'offrir un menu des liens qu'il contient (cf. hyperlink history list), à partir duquel les liens individuels peuvent être activés. » — Harri Oinas-Kukkonen Le concept est également traité dans le modèle étendu de Dexter par Grønbæk et Trigg, qui citent l'Instructional Design Environment. (fr)
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  • Fat link (en)
  • Lien épais (fr)
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