When directing a user to an archived version of a page, ideally we link to that very version of the page the author had in mind when he created the link. So we need more information than just a hyperlink. This issue can be solved by following an approach originally suggested by Ryan Westphal, Herbert Van de Sompel and Michael L. Nelson in "The mset Attribute". Basically it proposes to enrich hyperlinks with an attribute that provides either temporal context or refers to a specific archived copy or both. Their draft has now been superseeded by the Memento Robust Links specification (Robust Links - Link Decoration, see also Robust Links - Motivation).
A hyperlink following this specification could look like:
<a href="http://www.w3.org/spec.html" data-versiondate="2014-03-17">HTML</a>
<a href="http://www.w3.org/spec.html" data-versiondate="2014-03-17"
I intend to implement the data-versiondate attribute in the CMS of the website. When a new link is added to a record, the CMS will insert a data-versiondate attribute using the current date.
Update 2015-01-27 17:09 (CET): added the Robust Link specs and changed examples accordingly.
PS: See also the W3.org community on Robustness and Archiving.