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Keeping URLs clickable while decorating?

I want URLs in the rendered PDF to appear as follows: <http://website/blah> I have declared the URLS in my document using the 'url' package, in the form: \url{https://tex.stackexchange.com/} ...
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2answers
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How to make a link open multiple pages when clicked?

I have to create a hyperlink which opens two links with one click. Is it possible using LaTeX? I'm using \href{<url>}{Open two links}.
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Changing/disabling the mouse over/hover text of a hyperlink

I am using hyperref package to create links in my tex file. To define a link, I do \href{https://www.google.com}{google} When mouse is over the text, the destination, https://www.google.com in this ...
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What's a better way to define individual link colours for a url in a macro?

I've got a document where I'd like two colours of links - cyan for links in headers that since it's brighter, and navy blue for links in the main body which is more subtle/less distracting. I already ...
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1answer
954 views

Special character in url link

I would like to insert the following text: \href{http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_successful_coups_d'état}{http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List\_of\_successful\_coups\_d'état} However, that ...
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Clickable “tel:” URL for TeX resume

I need to make my telephone number clickable. You might be familiar with this in Gmail's clickable phone numbers that dial out to your mobile phone, for example. I'm working on my resume, and I'm ...
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1answer
13k views

URL with tilde character?

I'm trying to make a URL with a tilde character (~) in it: \usepackage{url} ... \url{http://lyle.smu.edu/~tspell/jaws} It looks right in the resulting PDF, but when clicking on it the browser goes ...
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6answers
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How to avoid link higlighting when using package hyperref?

I'd like to include some http links in my document. So i Included the hyperref package so that i can use the command \url{} Microsoft Surface\footnote{\url{http://www.microsoft.com/surface}} This ...