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I wouldn't add icons and changing the color of a link to match the normal text is a bad idea as well. Maybe you could simply add footnotes at the bottom? Something like this... http://codepen.io/run-time/pen/XJXGgB
Making just the icons clickable will less convenient to use. I would recommend against using the icons, blue underlined text is a clear identification of a hyperlink. Icons will just look unnecessary elements However, with little CSS or JS coding you can add the link image to see how it looks.
No, because if you do that, then you will have lots of icons on the page and it may cause a detrimental amount of visual clutter on the screen. I seriously don't find any problem with the attached CV. However you can play with readability, try use zebra pattern style (aka swim-lanes) on the table and add space around the content.
I once read an article about creating web pages, which cautioned designers that their icons might be meaningful to the designer but were meaningless to users. With the transition from text based DOS applications to graphics based Windows programs, developers seem obsessed with replacing perfectly understandable words with funny little pictures. Just ...
From examining this website, I can see why the title link here does it. Looking aat the page source code I see the link is in the (class="question-hyperlink"). That is here at the top for the article, but it is the same link and class when the article excerpt is displayed in the question page. Each Question has its own div with the link, excerpt and other ...
I've been surfing the net since it's inception. I can say that I perceive underlined text of the fore color to be plain text, and underlined; or not underlined text of a different color as possible links, and I usually hover over them if not underlined and observe the status bar to see if this is so. I also perceive text in a box as a button to a link and ...
It is hard to say whether everyone does, but the majority who use the interest would. Nielson Norman group guidelines specify underlining links and the majority of websites tend to follow this. Nielson Norman Group - Guidelines for visualising links. There is not much research on this so the best way to find out? Conduct a study yourself, you could have a ...
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