Select the property that is useful to remove the underline from a hyperlink.
We are currently working on a feature that will allow a user to select a property and remove the underline from a hyperlink. We’ve reached out to our clients and hope to have that feature ready for production by the end of the year. In the meantime, we have some ideas for how the feature will work when it does get finished.
The feature is fairly simple. Users will be able to select the link, then choose a property to remove the underline from. The property will be displayed as a dropdown list, and the user will be able to click on it. A list of properties will appear, and selecting one will remove the underline.
The feature isn’t quite ready for prime time, but it does make for a pretty cool side-scrolling platformer.
One of the first things we worked on with select the property that is useful to remove the underline from a hyperlink. By doing so, we can remove a link’s text on mobile devices, but the link remains visible on desktop browsers.
In the case of a link to a property, it’s important that the user is able to select the property from a dropdown list. Otherwise, they might accidentally remove a link to an underlined property.
The link text to the property is often in the middle of a series of links, so its important to be able to remove the underline. We’ve done this before in the past (the link to the rental-booking website has a link underline), but not quite as well as we did this time. In select the property that is useful to remove the underline, the link becomes unselectable and the text of the link is visible again.
This also works on subtext links as well. Let’s say we have a link to a property page that has a property title, and there is an underline on the property. Select the property that is useful to remove the underline, the link becomes unselectable and the text is visible again.
Many other websites have a similar problem. If you use the link to a website without a property, then you will not be able to remove the underline.
The problem is that the most basic property page on a site could contain a description about the property, a link, and an image of the link. The problem comes when you need to remove the underline from a link, but you don’t know which property page you’re on.