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Header Link- How will readers know?

  • I recently made the header of my blog a link to my website, however, there is no indication that the header is a link…so how can I make readers aware of this? Aside from putting a note on the blog that says so of course. Is there a way to made it light up or change color when the pointer drags across? I have an extremely limited knowledge of html, but I’ll try my best!

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  • I could try to figure out the html part if anyone has any ideas at all??

    this might depend on how you added the link;
    if this is a html link <a href=" .. etc> then normally the mouse pointer wil change to a hand to indicate that you are hovering over a link.
    if you used the ‘onclick’ method, you could try and add a style to the (header?) div, such as style = "cursor:pointer;"
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/pr_class_cursor.asp

    if you can post a link to your site, someone might be able to have a look and make more suggestions.

    Thanks! Here is a link to the site, the link is the entire header with the summit logo. I will work on the other methods and see if I have any luck.

    http://willsreport.com/

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