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Posted on 29-12-07 20:33
i am writing up the HTML for my web site and in one of the sections (defensive web browsing) i made a link to a proxy site.

here's the syntax:
<li>If you are worried about your IP address being logged and used against you somehow try using an Internet proxy. this will stop sites or people from logging your true address. <a href="http://www.youhide.com" target=_blank>here's a good one</a></li>

Here's the problem where it says "here's a good one" it is underlined i can't seem to figure out why it's underlined.




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Posted on 29-12-07 20:42
its underlined because all links are underlined by default so people know its a link.

fortunatley some amazing guy invented CSS and stylesheets.

the underline can be edited using the text-decoration attribute. Set it to "none" for no underline.


and if you want to be baby fed.. add this to the link atributes.
style="text-decoration:none;"






Edited by Mr_Cheese on 29-12-07 20:44
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Posted on 29-12-07 20:45
well sorry if i didn't know that. i guess thats why you learn.


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Posted on 29-12-07 21:54
I like spoonfeeding people :happy:

here comes the choo-choo train...open wide....

<style type="text/css">
a:link{text-decoration:none;}
</style>

but be careful removing visual aids from your site, people need some sort of way of telling where the links are, so make links slightly bolder, or a darker colour, or something


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Posted on 29-12-07 22:01
japanesedude wrote:
<style type="text/css">
a:link{text-decoration:none;}
</style>


you know that only works on non clicked with no mouse over links.

the A attribute has 3 states, visited - hover - link
so if you want all to have the same style, i usally just use a { styles here }




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Posted on 29-12-07 22:03
i don't really know any css. i was just wondering if it was something in the syntax becasue i know there was no
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oh and all text is white but if it's a link then it's orange.


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Posted on 30-12-07 00:44
http://w3schools.com/css/default.asp

that work? Should tell you how to make the links red or whatever the heck else you want. Have fun with that