html – Does styling links in the same way as non-clickable text affect seo?

It does not affect to SEO only if you’re using for legit purpose.

Bad practice always heart SEO, it does not about whether you got penalize or not.

For example, you got chance to write some article on quality website, but you’re placing links with inline CSS so moderator don’t see it, then it is consider as bad practice. But if you do for legit purpose then it will not heart, just make sure you don’t manipulate them.

You should note that all links does not add same value, links that are useful for users may pass more value than others. For example header pass more value then body links, and body links pass more value than footer links.

It’s all about whether it is useful for users or not. Google may treat all links same at this time, but once they got understand your site, they may treat them separately.

My personal advice is use some hover effect or use underline text decoration style in links.

How to create non-clickable titles in modern SharePoint navigation

Is it possible to make the left navigation links inactive? currently, if I keep going so empty, he is redirected to the home page

Website Design – Rollover Style for Non-Clickable Elements?

In our system, we currently have a good style and effects for the buttons, for example the Submit button, the Cancel button, and so on.

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We now have a different element. Let's say that this is a summary tag element. Who acts as a summary information holder of a table.

But, hovering, it displays a drop-down / tooltip with more information. Thats it, no fancy stuff. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LABEL CAN NOT BE CLICKED AND DOES NOT TURN OFF anywhere.

So here we have 2 options.

1. With hovering having a faded style or effect. But my dilemma is that the user would not feel that it is clickable?

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2. No style hovering.

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What do you think is the best option here? Is there a better / standard solution here?

Non-clickable area on the second monitor, Windows 10

There is a non-clickable area in the lower left corner of my 2nd screen, regardless of the software displayed on the screen.

I could not find either an explanation for a similar problem or a solution to this problem. I would appreciate any suggestions or solution.

Side note: I use the Windows taskbar at the top and locked.

Arrangement of display on Windows parameters

DxDiag output

Software specifications:

  • Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 64 bit (10.0, 17763 version)
  • System model: MS-7B33
  • BIOS: 1.40
  • DirectX 12

Hardware Specifications:

  • First monitor: LG 24MK400H-B 23.6 "1920×1080 @ 75Hz
  • Second monitor: AOC 24B1H 23.6 "1920×1080 @ 60Hz
  • Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-8500 at 3.00 GHz (6 cores)
  • Memory: 16 GB (16384 MB) of RAM

usability – Are non-clickable tags / tags a good practice?

The title says everything basically.

I have to show a trip that contains Title, description and heap of random additional information (tags). The problem lies in the fact that these tags should not be clickable and that tags appear as the best way to divide the three "types of information" of a trip (the second example with separators seems a little more complicated).

Now the problem: are non-clickable tags one thing in the world of the user experience or will it be the worst decision of my life?

P .: You may see an easy and obvious solution to this problem, but not me?

Good kind

Not too good