RapidWeaver Question

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by R.Youden, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. R.Youden macrumors 68020


    Apr 1, 2005

    This could be a bit of a stupid question, but:

    I am using ParidWeaver to building a little site with lots of links to downloadable files. I don't want the font to be formatted as a standard hyperlink (i.e. blue underlined). I want to be able to set it to any number of fonts and colours.

    The first draft of the site can be found here. If you look at the International tab then that is what I don't want, whilst the Premiership and Championship tabs are what I do want the hyperlinks to look like.

    Thanks for your help.
  2. julianps macrumors member


    Aug 6, 2006
    Wales, UK
    I think you need CSS

    You are looking to reconfigure the default behaviour of links inside the Content area of the Accordion Plugin. The Accordion->Content->Style->Text CSS Tag variable only allows for one class attribute for all Content, but you are looking for multiple styles for these links, so you need multiple CSS.

    You should the use Page Inspector->CustomCSS and create one CSS class statement for each colour you want to use. You will then need to create manual HTML links in the Accordion Content field and apply the relevant style to each anchor tag.

    Lets say you want one to be black (my CSS is poor so there may be errors in this)

    In the Page inspector you'd add the following CSS for the page;
    .black a {color: #000; }

    In the content you'd add
    <a class="black" href="#">This link is in black</a>

    Of course in reality the .black class would need :link, :visited, :active and :hover versions as well as attributes to handle underlines and the likes.

    Even though this describes why I'm not a designer I hope the principles work: good luck.


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