Discussion in 'Programming' started by Computer Master, Oct 6, 2008.
Can anybody tell me how to override the underlining of hyperlinks
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RE :- Can anybody tell me how to override the underlining of hyperlinks
You can do this by defining a CSS for the <a> tags.
You can remove or change the underline using the CSS Text-decoration Property
Though its a very bad idea to rely on color alone for links. In any case you should atleast consider to enhance you links with hover effects, and dont neglect the importance of having visited links show in a different color.
Yes you can do it by Css
Yes, you can do it by CSS,it is easy to do so.
A lot of people are interested in suppressing the underline in hyperlinks. Here is a way CSS offers that you can do:
In the <HEAD> section of your HTML document, include the following:
For a single suppression of the underline, in your HTML document, include:
A suggestion for CSS enabled browsers which allows normal underlining for unvisited links, and turns off the underlining for visited links:
Separate names with a comma.