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How to hide the underline on a text link
Every time you apply a hyperlink to a text phrase, an underline appears underneath the text.
This is a standard characteristic of HTML code, and this is a good thing in that it clearly indicates to your recipients that the text is clickable.
But in some instances, such as when you have real text styled to look like a button, you might prefer the look of the link without the underline.
This animation shows you how you can edit this characteristic by accessing the source code:
Simply locate the code which says
and change it to say
We would not advise editing any other aspect of the source code.
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Updated: 26 Feb 2019 11:13 PM
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