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<h3>1.1 External and internal links</h3>
<p>If you want to refer to links leading out of your course, you should do this 
  not with the usual <font face="Courier New, Courier, mono">&lt;a href...&gt;</font>, 
  but choose the electure command &quot;EXLINK&quot;. The following link leads 
  to the electure home:</p>
<p>[EXLINK=http://physik.uni-graz.at/~cbl/electure TEXT=Link to electure-home]</p>
<p>Its syntax is discussed in the documentation, but you find it also by inspecting 
  the html-file of this very page <i>E-1-001.html</i>. Just looking at the 
  source-code (via your browser) does not give the original html-code, since it 
  has been parsed through a php-script. Such outside-links addressed by 
  &quot;EXLINK&quot; will be opended in a separate browser window, as they should be 
  distinguished from the course material.</p>
<p>Another type of electure-commands produces links within the course: &quot;INLINK&quot;. 
  These point to html-documents in the course's subfolder <i>contents</i> (such as 
  the one you are reading), that will then be parsed by the course server sided 
  php-scripts and displayed in this frame.Here come two such internal links, one leading 
  to the [INLINK=E-0-000.html TEXT=Startpage]and the other to the [INLINK=E-TOC.html 
  TEXT=Table-of-Contents].</p>
<p>You have seen, these different links may be color-coded differently. You, the 
  lecturer, may customize them in the file<i> inc/general_vars.inc.php</i> .</p>
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