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  • Hi!
    I’ve got an orange circle instead of links in the head of site. Here it’s code:
    <html>
    <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=utf-8″ />
    <right>
    <p>Tel: (351) 777 16 63</p>
    <p>Adress: 454091, Moscow</p>
    <p>E-mail: 7771663@inbox.ru</p>
    </right>
    </html>

    And here is the problem with that link:
    <p>E-mail: 7771663@inbox.ru</p>

    And here is that web-site where I’ve got that problem: http://www.expertchel.ru

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  • I’ts not a problem, it’s a feature of your site’s theme. If you don’t like it, either edit the CSS in a child theme or use a CSS plugin such as Simple Custom CSS.

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    To be honest, I think it looks good as it is 🙂

    Thank’s!
    Yes, now I see that it’s not an error. For e-mail it’s ok.
    But how could I use this feature for the adress of the office?
    I’d like to make link from the word “adress” or the entire address. I think that it should be a text-link, not a brown circle.

    That kind of effect will only apply to anchor tags and wouldn’t affect a simple line of text such as an address.

    try

    <p>Tel: (351) 777 16 63</p>
    <p><a href="http://linkadress.com">Adress:</a> 454091, Moscow</p>

    or

    <p><a href="http://linkadress.com">Adress: 454091, Moscow</a></p>

    Sorry, it doesn’t work
    <p>Tel: (351) 777 16 63</p>
    <p>Adress: 454091, Moscow</p>

    Circle instead “Address”.

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