How to add a click on a row in a table and keep the links active

In my report project, I wanted to make a transition to the event (task) page directly from the table on click. To do this, I added the necessary JS code:

<tr onclick="'{% url 'reportss:showentry' %}')" class="table-warning">

Now, when clicking on a row, a link to a task was triggered, which is generated in the Django template. But I ran into an unfortunate consequence. Links that are in the content of the table began to overlap with the onclick action:

To solve this problem, I added a class for these links and wrote a script that miraculously fixes everything!

var elements = document.getElementsByClassName("ssilka")
for (var i =0; i < elements.length; i++) {
    elements[i].addEventListener("click", function(event) {
    console.log("nazhal po ssilke - otmena onklick");
    return false;

Links now look like this:

<td><a class="ssilka" href="{{ user_id_template }}?q={{ infodone.work_where|safe }}">{{ infodone.work_where|linebreaks }}</a></td>
<td><a class="ssilka" href="{{ user_id_template }}?q={{ infodone.work_who|safe }}">{{ infodone.work_who|linebreaks }}</a></td>


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