<a type="button" class="button" href="/signup" tabindex="-1">Sign up</a>
type attribute has no effect on the semantics of an
- An anchor may have the
type attribute, but the value should be a valid MIME type. Browsers may consider it, but it’s purely advisory.
- If the presence of the
href attribute makes sense, you most definitely want to use a proper link (
<a>) and not a button, no matter how the element looks like in your design.
- A negative
- Do not change native semantics, unless you really have to.
- If you need a button, use the
<a href="/signup" class="button">Sign up</a>