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when using "a href=""" to link text to another page it automatically underlines the text that is being linked, what cud i use instead of "a href=""" to link to another page and not have the text underlined?

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EXACTLY how Sufian shows you.


The entire point of CSS is to keep styling out of your markup and into a css where it belongs (note the "sheet" in CSS), using inline style tags is the same as using font tags ... it just adds unnecessary "weight" to your code and is not part of a "CSS".

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