Leaving out the href attribute for links in HTML5
You probably know them, these
<a> links that
should not open another web-page. What we did until today is just adding a rhombus # in the
In HTML5 there is a simpler solution for these links:
Links without a
href-attribute are interpreted as placeholder-links.
This makes our work a little easier.
Note that links without
href don't look like clickable links anymore. However, you can simulate this with CSS. If you want a link without a
href attribute to look like a normal link, you can use this short code in CSS: