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How to hide your anchors inside an article in WP?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by msslife, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Hi guys.

    Any idea? I have my own wordpress blog in my university site ( .edu :) )

    and I was thinking to hide my anchors inside an article so is there a way to do that?

    I tried changing the color but it still colored!

    Hope someone could help.


    Also anyone know how to hide keywords via normal hiding i think there is something like display:none


    Thanks.
     
  2. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    this should change the color of your anchor text. You just need to know the color code you want it changed to.

    Code:
    Example: <a href="home.htm" style="color: #ff0000;">home</a>
    - this in-line styled attribute changes the anchor-text to RED, overuling the default, inherited, linked and embedded styles. 
    
    #000000 is black
    
     
  3. msslife

    msslife Regular Member

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    Thanks so much man i will try this tomorrow.

    anyone have any other ideas?
     
  4. n2zen

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    The classic ways of hiding, though no guarantees on a Wordpress post, include:
    1) display:none
    2) setting text colour the same as the background colour (and of course text-decoration:none)
    3) putting it in a div with a huge negative margin on the div
    4) use absolute/relative position and plop a div over the top of your div so it's a layer underneath

    There are tons of others, but there's a few to start with...
     
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