I have a simple web-based report presented as a table:
Some rows are clickable, others are not (it can be seen with the third column. Greater than 0 means the row can be clicked and expanded in a different page).
I've added a note (heh!) saying that rows can be clicked, and the cursor changes to a pointer (same as hovering over a classic link), but that's not obvious enough.
I'd like to avoid the old "blue and underlined" approach, although blue alone might have potential...
So, how do I make a table row on a web page look clickable?
Supplemental information: While the example shown indicates only a single clickable row, in reality any number of rows can be clickable, between none and all. It's arbitrary, depends on the data present.