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Hyperlink park and search










Image Number 16 for United States Patent #7383248.

The present invention provides a method for hyperlink parking and searching. A user pre-defined search criteria is formed by adding, deleting, or modifying a search criteria that includes at least one search term. A universal resource Locator (URL) is obtained by parking a cursor on a hyperlink displayed on the current viewing computer screen, and, in response to parking the cursor on the hyperlink, an Internet connection with the URL is established. If the parked-on hyperlink is linkable and displayable, then a second indication is displayed on the current viewing computer screen, a web page associated with the URL is imported and searched with the user pre-defined search criteria to determine a number of matches for each search term, and each search term and a number of matches for each search term is displayed on the current viewing computer screen. Otherwise, a first indication is displayed on the current viewing computer screen.








 
 
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