Whether such a behavior of the mobile browser, when you hold the links, it would stand out completely, not one word?

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Is it possible to make so that on mobile browsers, mostly Chrome and Safari in their respective OS, it is the behavior for reference, as it is done for mobile numbers in iOS Safari? Numbers, addresses, E-mails, there are meta tags "format-detection" if I'm not mistaken. You need that when you hold a link, it stood out completely. I understand why there is an allocation of one word. Because the link text is recognized as plain text and not the link itself. Are there any built-in tools to change behavior?
June 10th 19 at 16:50
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June 10th 19 at 16:52
Well without js, I don't know, probably unlikely. And so, it's simple:
- check for the "mobility"
- listen to oncontextmenu and
- select the text
(preventDefault "on the machine" not taysite, and then I sometimes inadvertently)))
Thanks for the advice. How to make, I will unsubscribe - victoria_Kulas64 commented on June 10th 19 at 16:55

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