CLASS="" AT THE END OF MY URL IS FOR WHAT

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The builder put class="" at the end of my URL'S .What is the class="" for
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Chuck

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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Hi Chuck, 

Can you share the link you are referring to? The only published site I see in your account is being redirected to this site: http://hub.entertainmentrings.com. Is that what you are referring to?
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Chuck

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HI Laura

                The links I am referring too are not redirected.But I amreferring to the links on my website;such as the links on my menu but not limited to links on my menu.Most of my links have class=""
I guess the yola builder put it there.They alter other code I put on my website.I wish they didn't..
Do you know what the class="" is for? Looking forward to hearing from you.

                                          Your Friend Chuck
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Hi Chuck,

I am not aware that Yola puts in a class code into their coding. Upon investigating your site, it seems that you've copied and pasted a bunch of outside code into your site. It looks like you've created the content somewhere else and pasted this into your site. It is in this copied and pasted code that the a class =" " is coming up.

The main navigation links do not display this class code you're speaking of. They look like this:

<a href="chatroom.php" title="CHATROOM">CHATROOM</a>

Whereas the ones found in the copied and pasted text looks like this:
    <td style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 7.5pt;" align="left"><a href="http://search.freefind.com/siteindex.html?si=53973325"; class="">index</a></td>

The class tag is an identifier that CSS or javascript can use. Inside the CSS-files (if you have any) you will find specific styling procedures on all the elements tagged with the the class tag. Since the class tag is blank, there aren't any associated stylings for your links.

I hope that makes sense. Please let us know if you have additional questions.
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Chuck

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HI Sanja


                  Thanks.I appreciate your help.

                        Your Friend Chuck
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I'm glad I could be of help, Chuck!

Please feel free to reach out to us again.