This is just a little rant about two style issues in hypertext that I'm seeing more of and don't like much.
The first is the _here_ syndrome, e.g.:
Information about Blah Blah Blah is available by clicking _here_.
where the word _here_ is the link. This style is really awkward; when you click on 'here', you have to look around to make sure it is the *right* here. Let me urge you, when you construct your HTML page, to make sure that the thing-you-click is actually some kind of title for what it is when you click there. E.g. say
Information about _Blah Blah Blah_ is now available.
Information on _how to do searches_ is available.
For information on how to do searches, choose _this link_
.Not quite as bad, but still awkward is where someone will use a topic word as a link, but it still talks about the links:
Here are links to a _CREDITS_ page and _technical details_ ...
Instead, try to write something like
Many thanks go to _various people_ for their contributions.
_Technical details_ of this system are available now.I.e., make your HTML page such that you can read it even if you don't follow any links.