Have you ever mistaken a tool tip for an in-text ad?
For example: http://www.freebiblestudyresource.com/angels.shtml
Would you think the black, dash, underlined words were ads, tool tips, or something else?
Are instructions needed to explain what the underlined words are? Would those instructions need to be on the main entrance page, or on each page?
by thoughthole 6 years ago
What is the deal with people creating hubs with 100% bolded or underlined text body?As I have been hub hopping I have run across several hubs with the entire body of the article in bold, underline, or both. It is hurtful to my eyes when I come upon it, I do not even want to read whatever it is....
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
Hi, I noticed over the last few days that when I copy and paste my document on word into the text tool, it comes up underlined and I have to spend time correcting and removing the underlines from the text that I do not want underlined (which is majority of the text). It can be time consuming and...
by Tony 2 years ago
I did report this some time back but I cannot find the old report....When you have a broken link and you go into edit mode and click the "unlink" icon after highlighting the linked text it all looks OK - the blue will have gone and normal text will remain.However when you save, the text...
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
I'm using IE9 and I made some text bold and went to underline on word in it and it looked fine until I saved the capsule...It takes the underlining out!I don't know why it does this but I noticed it before when I was editing some old posts, taking out links. Anyone else having this problem?
by Januaris Saint Fores 13 months ago
The small Amazon icon is not appearing, and the text is not underlined! You can only know it's a link when you click on it. Anyone else seeing this or is it a problem with my phone?
by alormey 7 years ago
How skimming and scanning aid comprehension of a text?
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