If you hover over the news stories, you'll see that the whole extract of each story (title, image and description) is clickable and links through to the full story. This is nice as it give a large click target, but it also leads to unexpected behavior in that the paragraph text is a link even though it doesn't look like one.
Markup like this is relatively new since, before HTML5, block level elements like paragraphs were not allowed inside link tags.
Back in December 2007, I posted a request onto IXDA for people's blog details and opml files ( http://www.ixda.org/node/15687 ).Well, over two years later I've finally done something with all the links you all sent me (plus a whole load more)!
I was just curious if anyone uses an icon for internal links (similar
to the box/arrow icon for external links). Specifically, I am
thinking of header links, when the header on a page section links to
that section. On so many sites, i just see a color assignment for the
header link which doesn't always seem obvious and depending on the
header style an underline could look out of place or clunky.
i am new here so maybe there is a convention already in place but i
couldn't really find anything searching the archives discussing
Site Map: I have been wondering how important the link "Site Map" is which I
am planning to do away with on a corporate website?
What I am looking at is to have those few sections and their sub-links
upfront at the bottom of the page for all the subsequent pages besides the
home page. Is this going to be too much information for the user to handle?
I need all the advice you can give regarding this.