Click Here

  Praxis99 20:18 06 Feb 2005

There's a lot to be said for keeping things brief, however a personal dislike of mine is when I see a response of 'click here' where there is no reference as to why you should click here.

I realise I am no doubt setting myself up for a series of click here responses but I for one would personally appreciate a little more info as to the source of info I am been pointed at.

  stalion 20:22 06 Feb 2005

appreciate your point it's mostly done to save time and the sites pointed to are safe and self explanatory

  VoG II 20:33 06 Feb 2005

Sorry but all the sites that I link to are perfectly safe. It is all done to save time and an unnecessary amount of waffle.

  Mr Mistoffelees 20:38 06 Feb 2005

Me too, I only ever link to sites I believe to be safe e.g. click here

  VoG II 20:39 06 Feb 2005

By the way, if you hover the cursor over click here you can see the address.

  Mr Mistoffelees 20:55 06 Feb 2005

Indeed, just hover over the click here

  Praxis99 21:09 06 Feb 2005

I think I have been misunderstood in that I am not worried about visiting some dodgy site (I've seen enough of them in my time, buts lets not go there!) but was making a personal point that its helpful if the reason why you should do so is put in some context e.g this site is a good source of info on... take a look at this article on site X which should help with your query.... and so on. It doesn't take long!

That said I hadn't realised the full address would be shown if you hover over the click here link so its no major big deal.

  stalion 21:14 06 Feb 2005

you have a good point in your post there are occasions when more dialogue is necessary and if that is the case we try to oblige

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