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Post by Sparkles on Fri Dec 18, 2009 6:53 am

Any way to change how a link shows up? I don't know if it's just my Mozilla, but whenever I try to enter a link using the <url> tags, it doesn't really show any obvious signs of changing. Or, if it does, they're really discreet and my blind eyes can't see them.

For instance: this is a link to the main page, but I'm sure most of you wouldn't realize that.

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Re: Stupid and/or semi-pointless question

Post by Nifster on Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:11 am

I know I messed with the CSS at the very beginning when this layout was chosen. Regular font color was like this nasty dusty blue color (much like over at KH3, heh). Then I turned that blue to the really dark gray you see now. Links appear black. But the colors are so close you can barely differentiate between them other than to hover your mouse over them to see the cyan (formally vomit orange by default) color.

I'll look into underlining the links or changing the color.

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Re: Stupid and/or semi-pointless question

Post by Legacy on Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:27 am

It changes black when the link is in your history, so I did recognize it. However, this may not have shown up.

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Re: Stupid and/or semi-pointless question

Post by Nifster on Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:34 am

I made the color difference between the black and gray a bit greater but I am planning to implement dotted underlines in links. However I've only found CSS code so far that applies it to every damn link including the top menu and front page forum links. Very annoying to look at and some of you may have seen that for a hot minute as I was messing around with the coding. I am looking into a solution to confine this feature only within forum posts.

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Re: Stupid and/or semi-pointless question

Post by Nifster on Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:40 pm

I know, I'm double posting. But consider this fixed. We have now dotted underlines for links within user posts only.

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