<a> tags. This isn’t just some nonsense rule to make your life more difficult, but an application of semantic markup (which is a big deal to employers). A user who’s got a mouse or a touchscreen isn’t going to care one way or the other if they’re clicking on a
<a>nchor tag, but a user who relies on assistive tech certainly will. Screen readers for the blind and keyboard assistance for the physically handicapped use these tags to properly guide the user, and if you’re using
Getting your CSS resources in order should get you what you want.