href="#" value rather than
voidoperator with the value
0, essentially discarding the result and preventing the browser from navigating to a different page. However, using
- It is considered less semantically meaningful and may confuse developers who are reading the code.
- In some older browsers, it may cause unexpected behavior or raise security warnings.
- It can interfere with accessibility features, such as screen readers, that rely on valid and meaningful link behavior.
Given these considerations,