I've seen this in other websites, and I want to use it in this one. In a blank field where I can input any HTML text I want (on a WP site), I currently have a price list in a single column. Service A - Price A Service B - Price B etc.... What I want is to make each Service a link so that when it is clicked, a pop-up appears showing an image that describes the service, or failing that, at least a link to an internal page inside the site. (Inner page would be titled something like "Service A, Explained".) I've got the standard command working: Code: <A HREF="http://www-personal.engin.serviceA.com/">Service A - $ 50.00</A> However, I want it to look and function different than standard. 1) I want the blue text and underline gone, so that the text appears standard. 2) When the cursor hovers over the text, I want the font to either increase in size by (say) 1 pt., or go bold, or both, to indicate that it's a clickable link. 3) I'd like a small "click" sound to happen, to further indicate that this text is special, and can be clicked. I've seen this functionality before, and I doubt it's a functionality of the WP theme, or even a plugin. My instinct is that it's something that can be done in HTML, but I don't know how to do it, nor do I know the correct words to search for it. Any help appreciated, and thanks in advance.