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This page hopes to explain how to use NHTML. Here is an example NHTML line
If you are wondering why each character is linked individually, here goes--the first character of each word opens up a link to a tag (Google in this example) with that word. The second character is linked to a tag with that word and the next. The third character is linked to the three consecutive words. The characters are spaced apart as browsers will combine all these together into a single link to the last link if space is removed. Please note that words that are not adjacent to each other can also be tagged together. This can be done by putting the words that you want to tag together in an order and generating the klogged code for that.
What is the use?--in a normal tagging situation, the tags for this sentence would have been 'virus' and 'influenza'. So if you where to click on virus you could be taken to a page about computer virus. And clicking on influenza will not have the same effect as clicking on influenza virus. So NHTML is a possible solution to tagging groups of words.
"NHTML" stands for Numerous HTML or numerous hyperlinks. Although this method described above seems to sufficient, it is also possible to do it using many methods. I have listed a few that I felt are fun
Some applications of NHTML