CSS

How to Remove the Underlines from Default Hyperlinks

Maybe you don’t like the plain-old style of hyperlinks, you can remove the underlines from those links by CSS. For example,
<div class='google_link_div'>
<a href='//www.google.com/'>Go to Google</a>
</div>

To remove the underlines from links, you must set “text-decoration” to none in <a> to suppress the default style.
<div class='google_link_div'>
<a href='//www.google.com/' style='text-decoration: none;'>Go to Google</a>
</div>

The output will be:

If you want to style the link in a local CSS file, you can do it like this:
.google_link_div a {
...
text-decoration: none;
}

Or for all hyperlinks:
a {
...
text-decoration: none;
}

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