Last Updated on Sep 29, 2022
Links allow users to navigate to pages. They can be presented inside a paragraph or as standalone text.
- Links are used to navigate to pages, not to trigger actions or events.
- Linked text should always clearly represent the link’s purpose and destination.
- Avoid using vague or generic labels for links. Do not use the words “Click Here”, “Find It”, or similar phrases. They don’t inform the user about the link.
- Assume links will open in new tabs, unless the link is inside of a table.
- Links are often used in tables to link to a detail page.
Do's and Don'ts
Use if you need the user to open a web page.
Write the link so it’s clear to the user what they will be viewing once they click.
Never show text in blurple-600 unless it's a link.
Don’t link whole paragraphs.
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