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  • try adding

    .entry a {text-decoration: underline;}

    Will

    Thanks will it worked!!

    Can you tell me how to create a dotted [underline]line like the one in this blog?

    Home Page

    dotted line for what?

    For links.

    I discovered this code for the stylesheet:
    border-bottom:#3d6624 1px dashed;

    I added it here and it worked, however it placed the dotted line under the title of the post as well, which I don’t want.

    a {
    color: #3D6624;
    text-decoration:none;
    border-bottom:#3d6624 1px dashed;
    }
    a:visited {
    color: #3D6624;

    }
    a:hover {
    color: #29303B;
    text-decoration:none;
    border-bottom:#3d6624 1px dashed;

    I’m sure there’s an operator I can add that will remove it from the title…just not sure what that would be. Not very well-versed in php and css.

    BTW, my URL is http://www.derrich.com/. You can see what I’m talking about with regard to the titles. It would also be nice to remove from the comment and “Posted In” link below the post.

    If you add the border-bottom part ONLY to your .entry a definition in your CSS file, you should get what you want. By adding it to the anchor definition for your page, it will affect any undefined anchor (which probably isn’t what you intended).

    I don’t have that definition in my css. I tried similar ones, but none worked. I’ll keep pluggin’ away, and post the answer here. Thanks for trying. I et what you’re saying. I have a feeling I need to isolate the text links from the title and footer links somehow.

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