Riddle: "Detect the visited link".
I know this partially depends on monitor settings and quality, but a better contrast between the colors of ordinary text and visited links would be appreciated.
I agree with this. From earlier today:
The only reason I could tell there was a link here was it looked like a question title. I read through the whole thing, then realised it looked kinda like a title of a question I'd read before, and did a double take: "wait, hold on, is that a link?". If it was just regular words I would flat out not have noticed the link at all, even having read through the post.
Or from just now:
Which words here are links? How many links are there in Cypher's post? Where do each of those links begin and end?
(I'd already actually visited a couple of the pages linked to, so I had an issue identifying some of them.)
It should be obvious when there's links. Really obvious.
thanks for raising this issue! And sorry it took so long to update. I've updated the site's CSS to account for
:visited links to appear visually different from both body text and non-
:visited links. It should not resemble something like this:
Updated based on this comment:
Accessibility is always on our mind, so if anyone has trouble seeing or reading a
:visited link, please comment here or open a new discussion. Thanks again for reporting this!