Remove underlines from links

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Hello I'm hoping you can help. When I add links to the site, it underlines them. The underline goes away when you mouse over the link. This is a bit cumbersome and unsightly when you have a page with a lot of links together. I'd like to reverse that and remove the underline and have it appear when you mouse over the link. I'm using the Logistix template. Can you help?
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jwriter

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Guido Graphics

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It may just be the style you're using. I use the midnight template, and my links are not underlined until I mouse over them. (just a different color) The only time that is reversed, is when the widget is selected for editing in the site builder.

Try changing templates and see if that reverses what you see. You can always change back.

Just a thought... don't know which browser you're using, but do have "allways underline links" selected in your internet options in your system or browser?
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Guido is correct. This is a feature of the style. Unfortunately there is no way to change it at present except to change styles.
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i don't know if this is an error, but I try to remove the underliune all-together and it doesn't. Well, it does on the actual site when I update it, but the underline is there wnen I edit it. Any idea why it would do that?
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Hello,
Is this happening with your links? So you are able to remove the underline so that it is no longer there on your live site? I'm interested to know.

Emmy
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Grace, Champion

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Use html code to make text link. You can remove the underline in your text link (text-decoration:none).
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micheal hogan

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where abouts in the html would you out in that piece of code
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Nazlie

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Hi micheal

It depends. If the underline is in a <div> or <p>, you can add it as inline css like this: <div style="text-decoration: none;">Text goes here</div>

Hope that helps!
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micheal hogan

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thanks nazlie, i changed styles in the mean time and it got rid of it but il keep its good to know
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Derrick

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Hey Emmy,
The underline doesn't appear on the live site. Just on the editing page of the site.
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Ruth

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Hi Derrick, the underline is just there during editing to let you know that it's a link.
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my underlines do appear on the published site. am i doing something wrong???
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello Lakeshia
You have nothing to worry about. What you're seeing is correct where the links are automatically underlined. The people on this thread are wanting to remove the underline.