remove hyper link

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Pat

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Emmy

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Hello Palulio,

Can you tell me more about what you are referring to by "remove hyperlink". If you can give me some more information on specifically what you are looking to do I can then help.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Hi Palulio

I'm not exactly clear on what you want to accomplish. I'll try my best to provide you with some suggestions though.

To edit your hyperlinks, you'll need to edit the HTML. If you're using a text widget box, then click on the HTML button on the text tool bar. If you're using an HTML widget box, then click on "edit" located on the upper left hand corner of the widget box.

Then do one of the following (which ever best suits your issue):

If you simply want to remove the underline in your hyperlink, then your code will look like this:

<a style="text-decoration:none" href="your link url.com">YOUR TEXT GOES HERE</a>

If you just want the www.yoursite.com without it turning into a link.. just type it out as is. Do not link it to anything.

If you're wanting to remove a hyperlink that came with something you pasted, please go into your html and look for the a href tag - you can remove that link.

I'm not sure if I answered your question. If not, please get back to us with more details and I"m sure that we'll be able to assist you.
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smiley31

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does anyone know how to change the colour of hyperlinks?
i ask this because on my homepage(www.funnyjokes.co.nr) i have a list of links to other pages on my site, then next to that i have a list of "friend sites", i want to make links a different colour to help viewers destinguise between the 2 lists
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Hi smiley31

Go into your HTML and then alter your a href tag to look like this:
<a style="text-decoration: none; color: rgb(93, 196, 211);" href="http://yoursite.com&quot;&gt;Your Text</a>

You can use HEX numbers if you wish or the rgb numbers. If you use HEX numbers, just remember to add the # in front of your hex number.