Home » Teach Online » What Is Online Accessibility? » Webcourses@UCF Page Formatting Guidelines » Creating Accessible Hyperlinks in Webcourses@UCF Creating Accessible Hyperlinks in Webcourses@UCF Why Use Hyperlinks?One of the primary reasons that the Web works so well is the ability to include hyperlinks on HTML pages that take the viewer from one file/page to another by clicking on the link in the text. Hyperlinks usually appear as (blue) underlined text. On the Web, underlined text means a link.Creating Hyperlinks in Webcourses@UCFTake the following steps to add a Hyperlink to a Page in Webcourses@UCF using the Rich Content Editor.Access your course and click on Pages.Click on View All Pages and select the one you’d like to edit.Click Edit.In the Rich Content Editor, click on the Hyperlink button. A Link to Website URL text box will be displayed in the popup window. Paste or type a URL in the text box.Click Insert Link.