Use this easy CSS trick to get better hyperlinks
Here’s another helpful CSS coding tip from Philip M. Hofer (“Frumph”), creator of the popular Comics Easel WordPress plug-in.
Landing on a good hyperlink style is difficult. If you use the default style, you get a look that’s somewhat dated. On the other hand, if you stray too far from that, some readers might miss the links entirely!
However, with an easy copy-paste CSS code, you can get a unique, recognizable hyperlink style — and tweak it to fit the unique requirements of your Web site.
Here’s the code:
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on January 30, 2015
Posted In: Tech, Web site, Web Site Design