How to order hyperlinks going over two lines

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Aug 31, 2022 Aug 31, 2022

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Hey guys, I'm having an issue with a PDF at the moment where I have a hyperlink that runs over two lines, but when exported and I tab through (to check the tab order) the second line is read before the first. I'm guessing this is because it reads left to right on default but is there any way to group it together? Thanks in advance!

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Reduce the link text to something that fits on one line?

 

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Thanks for this, I've made that change temporarily but as our client wants it written out this way there's no other option. Just hoping to see if there's a way to keep it as one link/tag for accessible reasons.

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Apply a character style with no language to URLs. Never make a manual break, so they will automatically break after -, =, & and / without adding another character, which is important. I think you will not run into that problem anymore.

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