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    Hello,
    How do you remove the underline on a hyper link,and still have the link work. I am using front page 2002. Thanks [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    In FP 2002, highlight the link in 'normal' view and just click the 'U' underline button on the toolbar or hit CTRL+U - the underline should be removed and the link should work ok. It sets style="text-decoration: none" in the html

    [ 04-09-2002: Message edited by: potato ]

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    Thanks,
    Potato,
    Still cannot get it to work the line won't dissapear We would like to have the link active and when you put the curser over it the line appears. Thanks :cool:

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    You do it with CSS dete. Here is how. Open a new text file in the folder where you have the document that you want to do this for. Name this file like this... "nameof file.css". Then edit this file and put this code in...
    <pre class="ip-ubbcode-code-pre">A:link {
    COLOR: #333399; TEXT-DECORATION: none
    }
    A:hover {
    COLOR: #6F0000; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    A:visited {
    COLOR: #333399; TEXT-DECORATION: none
    }
    A:hover {
    COLOR: #6F0000; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    A:link {
    COLOR: #333399; TEXT-DECORATION: none
    }</pre>
    You can put your own colors for the links if you want to. I just copy/pasted this code really quick from one of my files. Just substitute the color code after "COLOR:" for each link.

    Then you need to put a small code in the HTML page where you want the links to work like that. Here is how....

    Edit the HTML document. Go to the (HEAD) part of the document, and put this code in...
    <pre class="ip-ubbcode-code-pre">(LINK href="nameoffile.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet)</pre>
    Of course you will have to substitue the "()" with "<>", and "nameoffile.css" with the name that you put for the file.

    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks,
    Alex will give it a shot.
    Thanks again :cool:

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    You can also put ther style detail in the anchor tag:

    <a href="mypage.htm" style="text-decoration:none;">

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    You can go into the style setting of your html through view and then attribute inspector, go to the text tab, click the option for "no text decoration" - simple, easy and it works great.

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