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Okay here is the website www.freeweb.com/lawlls (this is only a temp untill I get the real one up and running) The links that say "Azeroth", "Outlands", and "Forums" all have a underline bellow them useing the <a></a>. Is their another way to use it so they still work as links but without the underline?
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Hello and Welcome to Geeks To Go,

if you don't already, please download site advisor here - http://www.siteadvisor.com/ it has some info on that particular site you are trying to browse.

cheers...xxx1
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What does that have to do with my question? Oooo god I see....umm ignore that first link
www.freewebs.com/lawlls

so sorry

Edited by combos, 03 February 2007 - 02:29 PM.

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so do you still need help or was the java issue with that site.

cheers...xxx1
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Yes I do the website http://freewebs.com/lawlls "The links that say "Azeroth", "Outlands", and "Forums" all have a underline bellow them useing the <a></a>. Is their another way to use it so they still work as links but without the underline?"
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To get rid of the underline you need to modify the CSS...

If you are using your CSS within your document (not the most efficient way of doing it) then it would look something like this:

<style type="text/css">
<!--
a:link, a:visited {
	text-decoration: none;
}
a:hover, a:active {
	text-decoration: none;
}
-->
</style>

The better way is to link your documents to an external stylesheet.

Edited by thenotch, 03 February 2007 - 04:22 PM.

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If you need help understanding how CSS works http://www.geekstogo...ed-t139592.html

Also xxx1 I don't see what http://www.siteadvisor.com/ has to do with this.
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Hi Combos,

while i was researching your primary problem, i browsed the link you provided in your first post and i got a caution from site advisor. which i thought i should bring to bring to your attention, if you are now using site advisor or have been i hope you find it useful, browsing safetly online. i see thenotch and Michael are also helping you resolve your issue

combos Posted Yesterday, 09:27 AM
What does that have to do with my question? Oooo god I see....umm ignore that first link
www.freewebs.com/lawlls


Michael Posted Today, 07:03 PM
If you need help understanding how CSS works http://www.geekstogo...ed-t139592.html

Also xxx1 I don't see what http://www.siteadvisor.com/ has to do with this.

well it had nothing to do with Combos primary concern, should i have not brought any site advisor warnings to Combos notice or anyone else in future, while dealing with primary issues ?

cheers...xxx1
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There's nothing wrong at all with bringing Site Advisors' warnings to the forums. It's good that you use that site, and want to warn others if they are using a site that isn't legit or safe.

Freeweb.com (according to Site Advisor) only primary purpose is to "capture traffic meant for freewebs.com". Freewebs.com is a safe site, according to Site Advisor.

So the website that the OP posted about is safe. :whistling:
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That site is not a security risk as the program thinks. Not much of a surprise it thinks something so dumb it is from McCrappy

Not much combos can do about it.

Edited by Michael, 05 February 2007 - 03:40 AM.

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thank you, for your response about site advisor .

cheers...xxx1
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thank you, for your response about site advisor .

cheers...xxx1

Your welcome to it.
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