Trying to include links in sentence form to remove "learn more" links. Should the whole sentence be the link or just the "view all" part in the sentence?



  • While the answer below is good, to address just the question you posed I would say make the whole line a link. Dec 18, 2021 at 13:27
  • Thanks @LukeSawczak!
    – user154536
    Dec 30, 2021 at 20:14

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Go the other way, and try making it even shorter.

Links imply that something will be viewed or visited.

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Since you have a list, if it's grouped properly, you can probably drop 'for this retailer'. You could probably drop the 'All', since dates is plural.

If need be, you can break into cards:

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You go from 8 words to 3 words, and two styles (gray and link), to just one.

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