Support » Plugin: Indicate External Links » MS Edge glyph different from chrome

  • Resolved gnorf

    (@gnorf)


    Hi

    thanks for an excellent plugin. I see that edge uses another glyph than does chrome. Is there a way to force Edge to use the same glyph as Chrome? Or some way to force it to load a plain arrow rather than an arrow in a blue square? Thanks

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  • Plugin Author cubecolour

    (@numeeja)

    You can force a different character to be used for the indicator glyph by adding a CSS rule to your custom styles in the WP customizer:

    .extlink sup:after {
    content: “\2197”!important;
    }

    You can search for a suitable character at http://www.amp-what.com/unicode/search/ – select the “css” option (on the top right corner of the page) to get the CSS escape sequence for the chosen character.

    Thread Starter gnorf

    (@gnorf)

    Thanks very much!

    Turns out north east arrow \279a is not overridden by Edge and Safari (which also overrides the default).

    Rgds

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