I am aware that it is not a 100% correct way to do it using css... and
having therefore a horrible link. But it is a quick, nice and
attractive way of experimenting what can be done with css which is not
purely what the manuals say. I mean, it is a trick to overcome a
problem that will not lead to perfect code, but nice results.
Anyway, I'm with you. A page which is not experimental, but
Thanks for the link.
On 08/04/06, Christian Heilmann [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > hey, thanks for this tip!! It's great!
> Be aware that francky was good enough to point out that this will not
> win any beauty contestst because you rely on CSS and visual display to
> create meaningful links.
> Demo text aside, his example proves that without CSS a sentence like
> "With a new link This is a new link. Also going to ...somewhere! to somewhere."
> Doesn't make any sense. Even worse, an overactive spam researcher
> might blacklist your page in search engines as you hide text in links
> which could be used for keyword spamming.
> There is a reason there is a title attribute: To provide extra
> information for an element. Use it and all is fine. If you want to
> Chris Heilmann
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