- Type of issue
- Rudimentary content not removed
- Mar 9, 2019
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1. They are all over the website.
2. In contrast to other links (More:..., Premium:..., etc) they have distinct style and do not look like text.
3. They are identifiable.
Here's how they can be identified:
As we can see, these links are consistently styled across the website. That means that they have a CSS selector applied to them. Therefore we can match them in XPath too.
If you take a look at the source, you'll see that they have generated class name. But what's interesting is, they also have <style> tag inside that applies CSS rules to that class. That's not at all common for <a> elements to be styled with <style> tags within. If you feel like that's not enough you may also check <a> attributes and structure, which are, again, regular across the website.