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Links Domain Names Category

Planning on a links or directory related website? Then you will need one of our links names.

Definition of Link: A Link (links plural) has many meaning, for example a link is a relationship or connection between people or things. A links is something that facilitates communication between people. A Links is a means of contact or transport between two places.  A Links is a loop in a chain.

Link may also refer to:

  • Computing link: reciprocal link, two way links to and from websites, also known as "link swaps", "link exchanges" and "link partners".
  • Hyperlink, a reference in a hypertext document to another document or other resource
  • Hard link, a reference or pointer to physical data on a storage volume
    LINK+, an online library catalogue
  • Symbolic link, a special type of file that serves as a reference to another file
  • Data link, downlink, point-to-point link, satellite link, electronic communications links
  • Linked list, a basic data structure
  • Linker, a program that takes one or more objects generated by compilers and assembles them into a single executable program
  • Links (web browser), a web browser for Unix-like systems
  • magnet links for downloading resources via peer-to-peer networks
  • <link />, a HTML element that is used with CSS
  •  one of the rings or separate pieces of which a chain is composed. 
  •  anything serving to connect one part or thing with another; a bond or tie: The locket was a link with the past. 
  •  a unit in a communications system, as a radio relay station or a television booster station. 
  • any of a series of sausages in a chain. 
  • a cuff link. 
  •  a ring, loop, or the like: a link of hair. 
  •  an object, as text or graphics, linked through hypertext to a document, another object, etc.
  •  to join by or as if by a link or links; connect; unite (often fol. by up): The new bridge will link the island to the mainland. The company will soon link up with a hotel chain.