I'm pretty new to LaTeX.

I'm trying to have my web references (@online) support hyperlinking to its URL, but without explicitly showing the URL in the reference section.

The only way I found it to work was by using \bibliographystyle{IEEEtran} but it shows the URLs in the reference. I need it to look like \bibliographystyle{abbrv} but have the title of the reference act as HREF.

Just in case this is required to know: I'm using \documentclass{sig-alternate}

To visually represent what I'm trying to achieve:

  author = {John Doe},
  title  = {Title of the Reference, 09 2015.},
  url    = {http://www.google.com}

How it looks right now:

[1] John Doe. Title of the Reference, 09 2015.

What I'm trying to achieve:

[1] John Doe. Title of the Reference, 09 2015.

Could anybody point me to the right direction on how to achieve this?

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