Dashes vs. underscore in URLs

over 4 years ago from Stuart McCoy, freelance graphic designer

  • Stuart McCoyStuart McCoy, over 4 years ago

    I've seen that argument, and while I agree it's true, you can adjust underlines with CSS and links can be "hidden": behind human readable text anyway. I really do get the argument but it's easily skirted and is an edge case or minor problem at best.

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    • Peter AntoniusPeter Antonius, over 4 years ago

      Yes. This is true. But you can't decide where your links end up. If I put your link on my site and I have text-decoration: underline on my links it will be harder to see the underscores.

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