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I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, darkmuted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, dark green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, muted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.
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I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

•   I would use navy, muted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
•   Avoid using highly saturated colors.
•   Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
•   No underline for link heavy website.
  • I would use navy, dark green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

•   I would use navy, muted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
•   Avoid using highly saturated colors.
•   Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
•   No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, dark green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.
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I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, dark green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.
•   I would use navy, muted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
•   Avoid using highly saturated colors.
•   Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
•   No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

  • I would use navy, dark green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
  • Avoid using highly saturated colors.
  • Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
  • No underline for link heavy website.

I understand why you’re asking this question but unless it is underlined or has different color users will not distinguish links from non-links.

•   I would use navy, muted green, or brown with medium gray for non-link texts.
•   Avoid using highly saturated colors.
•   Use slightly different color for mouse-over.
•   No underline for link heavy website.
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