Although the definition of an external link may vary from site to site or from person to person. Generally, an external link is any link that goes to a different domain (e.g., example.com to someplace.com) is considered an external link to computerhope.com. However, different situations can cause a link to be thought of as internal instead. This can happen when the site has various subdomains or directories that host different sites on that domain (e.g., a site that hosts numerous blogs or homepages, or business sites). For example, the site someplace.com could have different blog subdomains like cooking.someplace.com, autorepair.someplace.com, etc.
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