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 17/03/2008 09:10
 

Hi Richard,

It appears to me that URLs are not easily distinguished as such in the normal text flow.

Is this intended behaviour?

Cheers,

Martin.

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 17/03/2008 10:11
 

Hi Martin,

Do you mean that links are not conspicuous until you hover the mouse over them?  If so it is by design, but not my design.  That means it is what the default DNN style sheet gives.

I suspect I have simply got used to it and I don't really notice it any more.


Cheers,
- Richard
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 17/03/2008 10:51
 

Hi Richard,

The links (in a post) are slightly blue-ish until you hover them, then they become red.

We 'll all get used to it, no doubt. 

Martin.

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 17/03/2008 16:31
 

I am trialling a style sheet change that emphasises links using the traditional underline.

I'm not sure about it because so many other things are now displaying with underlines and it does make the pages look a bit cluttered.

I'm interested in commments from everyone.


Cheers,
- Richard
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 17/03/2008 18:23
 

Richard,

Indeed the effect is too widespread as it is now. It is probably possible to restrict the CSS link customisation (in portal.css) to the links in the message text only. However to find out I would need a little more time.

Maybe changing the link color only to a slightly lighter blue sets the links apart just enough.

Cheers,

Maritn

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