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Re: Web: underlined refs in HTML

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Web: underlined refs in HTML
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 03:44:51 +0100

On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 10:59 PM, Trevor Daniels <address@hidden> wrote:
> Graham Percival wrote Saturday, August 07, 2010 2:29 AM
>> IIRC, doing
>> @ref{Unix, @sourceimage{logo-linux,,,}
>> @sourceimage{logo-freebsd,,,} Unix (Linux and FreeBSD)}
>>  but I was hoping that somebody could
>> add some CSS tweak to remove the underline from images, while
>> still retaining the "unified" ref:
>> @ref{Unix, @sourceimage{logo-linux,,,}
>> @sourceimage{logo-freebsd,,,} Unix (Linux and FreeBSD)}
> That's impossible.  You either have two links, as now, or
> one link.  With two links you can control separately whether
> they are underlined.  With just one link there is no way to
> underline just a part of it.

Ok, that settles the question.  One more TODO solved.  :)

> Do you really want the images to be links?

I think so... one time when I was testing the website, I clicked on an
os logo two times before realizing that it wasn't a link.  I'm not
claiming that I'm a totally representative web browsing person, but I
figured that if I made the mistake twice, and there was no real reason
*not* to make them links, we might as well make them links.

> The images don't look like links - nothing happens with hover,
> for instance.

Really?  I get a standard "link hover mouse cursor" with firefox 3.6.8
on linux, and I can see the link url in the bottom status bar.  I
suspect this is a brower-specific thing, though.

> Let's just keep the two links as they are,


- Graham

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