I use the \tt in the latex, however, it can not break line automatically. Then, I add \\ in the link, e.g. \tt{http://tex.stackexchange.com/ \\\\ questions/ask}. Then, in the generated pdf file, it seems I can not click the link and jump to that website.

It seems \url can break line automatically, however, it use package hyperref. This package will add the citation a colored box. This is what I should avoid.

So, do you have any suggestion to use \tt?

  • Welcome! \tt is deprecated. In general, you should use \ttfamily or \textt{} instead. – Alenanno Jan 29 '16 at 13:35
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    So basically, you want to use hyperref but hide the boxes around the links? If so, don't use the "hackish" method you're using, Use hyperref and load the hidelinks option. See: tex.stackexchange.com/q/823/4778 – Alenanno Jan 29 '16 at 13:37

If you use \url from the url package it just enables line breaking without any links.

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