moderated Re: "Perma Link" designation on webpage
Van Lant, Robin
Thanks, Brian. I suppose that makes sense if they want to be able to place a link to one of the company news stories directly on an email. It’s a new approach to me and leaves some JAWS verbal clutter, but I supposed I’ll get used to it.
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Subject: Re: "Perma Link" designation on webpage
PermaLinks are normally used in circumstances, like online forums, or comments sections in newspapers (or elsewhere), that it would be otherwise impossible to get to that particular bit of content using the URL that's actually in the address
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