|Duplicate||Jhernandez||T104432 [EPIC]: Improve mobile site performance|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T98986 [EPIC] Improve the status quo of mobile web performance|
|Resolved||Florian||T100256 Stop flattening red links|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T71849 Deprecate redlink removal (enable redlinks in stable)|
If you really want red links to not be red, two lines of CSS will do (selector + color).
Clicks could be prevented with pointer-events (supported on all versions of iOS and Android), though that will cause the "text" cursor to not show up on hover.
A better way to effectively remove the link would be to use cursor: text on red links (instead of 'pointer' as for links), and then have one click handler on the content container (not on each link, that would be slow) and use a jQuery delegate event handler to capture clicks on red links and cancel them.
Thanks for your input @Krinkle :) JKatz, @Jdlrobson and me think, that a Cta (like we have for logged out users and the watchstar) is a good intermediate step to warn a user (e.g. a new one), that he will be redirected to an editor to create the page. There is a change in gerrit already and i would welcome it, if you could take a look on it? :]