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Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by DomainMagnate, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. #1
    Hello there..

    Need some basic help in html..
    SEMrush
    Can anyone please share a piece of code how to make all the links on a page look like the regular text, no underlined and the same font/color..
    Can it be done without css, just plain html?

    thanks.. :)
     
    DomainMagnate, Feb 17, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. jestep

    jestep Prominent Member Premium Member

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    #2
    <a href="link.php" style="text-decoration:none; color:#000000;">

    You can change the color to the same as your text.
     
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    DomainMagnate Illustrious Member

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    #3
    ok, thanks, I've also found this, so you can insert it into <head> without using css .. i believe it's the same, but what's better in terms of seo and generally?

     
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    jestep Prominent Member Premium Member

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    I think technically that would be considered css. Its just not declared in the style tag.

    Not sure which would be better.
     
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    DomainMagnate Illustrious Member

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    what do you mean it's not declared in the style tag?
    I just don't want to carry a css file with all my sites into all the directories and sub-directories.. etc.
     
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    jestep Prominent Member Premium Member

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    #6
    <style type="text/css"></style>

    is exactly the same as <style></style>

    and both execute the same as <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css.css">

    It's css, just not external css.
     
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    DomainMagnate Illustrious Member

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    err.. I'm confused now.. so should I add type="text/css" or leave it this way..?
     
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    If you care about the html being valid, then declare it as css.

    As far as function goes, it should work fine whichever way you do it.
     
    jestep, Feb 18, 2006 IP
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    #9
    Paste this into your html doc Michael :)
    <style type="text/css">
    A:link {text-decoration:none;}
    A:active {text-decoration:none;}
    A:visited {text-decoration:none;}
    </style>
    HTML:
     
    Homer, Feb 18, 2006 IP