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  1. southseaconversations

    I refer to the following closed thread on how to add a translation that will appear above a section of text when someone hovers their mouse over it:

    This <a title="....mouseover content..."> is exactly what i was looking for, but i am experiencing a nasty glitch: i cannot get rid of the bold & underline that comes automatically for text between the </a><a> </a> tags.

    On the above-mentioned page it says this can be done by specifying "text-decoration: none;" in the <a>.

    Although I can successfully control the colour of the text this way, e.g. </a><a> the text-decoration part is being ignored.

    Thanks for any help.

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Hey there,

    You should be able to do something like this to prevent the underline from taking place:

    This <a href="#" title="....mouseover content...">is a text-decoration test.</a>

    Note the addition of "!important" to the CSS rule; this will make sure that this rule takes precedence over any other specified rules.

    Please let me know if I can be of any further help.


  3. All of the examples in this help request seem to have gotten a little mixed up when they were posted in the forum. I'm not sure how that happened!

    @southseaconversations, you should be able to use text-decoration:none and font-weight:normal properties to remove link underlining and the bold font weight.

    If you need further help, please reply back here pointing to a specific example and mark this thread as 'not resolved' in the forums.

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