hot link


General Science


  • noun a command within a hypertext program that links a hotspot or hotword on one page with a second destination page which is displayed if the user selects the hotspot


  • A link between two applications via which any changes made in one are immediately reflected in the other. Used, for instance, to update a database from a word processor, or to share real-time data between remote computers.
  • To establish a hot link (1).