Herein we discuss the implications presented by the look and feel of various clickable UI elements.
Links are spans of text or icons, often within larger spans of text, which perform some action when clicked.
They share almost all the same properties as their sibling text which performs no action. The differences
are listed below:
The above spans of text all imply that, when clicked, you will stay on the current screen, and any
entered data will not be lost.
Text is displayed in a non-default color.
The underline state does not matter at all
The cursor is "default" on hover.
The weight of the font does not matter, but only serves to make the link more or less visible
amongst more text.
Links are small spans of text, often just one icon or word and rarely within larger spans of text, which perform some action when clicked. They
share almost none of the same properties as their sibling elements which performs no action.