I am working on a website that has a variety of content types. Many different titles, modules.
Some of the modules have titles that are clickable that take the user through to a landing page for that category, some don't.
At the moment the titles that are links change colour and an underline appears OnHover, its is pretty obvious when a user is on a desktop, but when they are on a tablet or mobile, what is the best practice for illustrating in the text that something is clickable and something isn't.
I have suggested size of text, colour and using symbols to show something is a title.
+ This is a title that is clickable > **
This is a title that is not
Does anyone have some comments or suggestions on best practices for styling or labeling titles of these modules, so on mobile it is obvious what is a link and what isn't.
We are building it as a responsive website.