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Remove The Annoying Underlines
This great trick is from Michael Wang, at Html-html.com.
Each time we're given the opportunity to click-a-link; everything is usually underlined. (example: welcome to BING).
But there's a simple trick to remove these underlines (which can sometimes be annoying).
It begins by giving a simple name to each link.
We'll pick a simple one: The word jay.
(I could have chosen one mere letter, such as D)
The following code is implemented anywhere within the body:
Then, add a simple reference within the HTML Link:
So, here's how it would look within the entire code:---Bing Search
(Notice how the Bing Search line has been removed).
<a href='http://bing.com/' class="jay" target="_blank" >Bing Search</a>
<a href='http://URL here' class="jay" target="_blank" >Title Of Link</a>
This rule can also be applied to other types of Links, as well.
(the underlines have been removed when class="jay" was added to each line.)
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