The past few times that I have pulled up the "My Account" page, all of the titles are shaded in orange. How can I turn off this feature? It's distracting and difficult to scan down the titles.
Even the Hubpages logo and every link on the page are shaded in orange.
maybe it's your computer? I've never heard of this before...
I tried 3 different browsers: Firefox, Opera, and IE. It has happened with all 3 browsers every time I have signed in for the past week or so. It is only on the "My Accounts" page. I can edit articles without the orange shading.
have you downloaded a plug in for your browser that highlights "nofollow" and "dofollow" links?
Yes, that is what it looks like. Can you tell me how to fix it?
in your browser go to Tools-->add-ons --> then highlight(click on) the plug in that is causing it some likely choices will have the words nofollow or dofolow in the title or seo -->click disable than restart your browser.
Alternately, go to tools and the plug in should have it own option menu, in there you can just disable "nofollow" highlighting or something similar
if you have trouble figuring out which plug in, come back here and list the ones you have installed, one of us can figure it out for you im sure
You're brilliant!!! I had downloaded Keyword Spy. I checked the options and saw that no-follow links were set to highlight in orange. Thank you so much.
I set the color to pale yellow and now everything is easy to read.
You have a no-follow highlighting plugin installed by the look of it, try deactivating it.
nah..it just happened to me before too
Its a useful feature...when its working on purpose!
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