The HTML for http://blogoverflow.com/no-blog-yet.html seems to have an extra tag.
"There is a dedicated" is a link of its own, separated from "chat room," but it doesn't have any
href associated with it. So it's styled like a link, but doesn't actually point anywhere.
It looks like this is the code for it:
<p> <a>There is a dedicated <a href="http://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/115/stack-exchange-community-blogs">chat room</a> to help you get started and run your community blog. Feel free to drop in and say hi! </p>
So either that first
<a> tag isn't meant to be there, or it needs the second's
href and the second one shouldn't be there.
It's certainly not a big deal, but it's definitely unexpected behavior to not be able to click anywhere on that "link."
For what it's worth, I'm on IE 11, and it's automatically closing that first
<a> before opening the next one. I don't know if other browsers handle that differently, if anyone tries to repro it.