LINK TEXT CLASS
I notice that there’s inadequate CSS for flexible styling of working email links using emObA.
Is it possible to add some code to the plugin somewhere to add a class attribute to the
<span> tag that wraps the link text? Something like
<span class="emoba-link">...</span> would do.
For example, I’m using the shortcode method of adding emails using the plugin like so:
[EMAIL send email | firstname.lastname@example.org]
This works fine but spits out only a plain
<span> around the “send email” link text and the anchor tag that wraps the span has a globally unusable id attribute with a number like
id="emoba-3885" that is unique to each anchor.
In other words, I can’t style the link text in the span because there’s not one adequate CSS class attribute to make it possible.
EASY AND USEFUL TO ALL
Like many people, I’m using link identification so I can have tiny icons next to links for identifying PDFs, email, mp3, and external sites, etc. To do so, I need these links to have global class attributes.
This seems like a perfectly useful feature that would be easy to implement and provide flexibility to those who want it and no harm to those who don’t.