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    Lightbulb Hyperlink Attributes

    Im making a "hyperlink" generator, for use in CSS, i have added the following attributes for options to place in the links, are there any more i have overlooked? or more i should add? any help would be greatly appreaciated thanks.


    color:
    font-size:
    font-family:
    font-style:
    font-weight:
    text-decoration:
    cursor:
    font-variant:
    text-transform:
    background-color:

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    a:link{}
    a:active{}
    a:visited{}
    a:hover{}

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    padding-top: [left] etc
    width:
    height:
    border-width:
    border-color:
    border-style:

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    margin-top: etc

    That's all I can think of.

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    display:block/inline

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    thanks guys
    "PauletteB" i thought about borders, but i didnt know if there was anyone who would want to use them heh, i guess it is an option tho

    thanks for the extra ideas ppl

    MCookie could you possibly clear me up on the "display" idea?
    are those the only options for it?

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    I personally have used border attributes in a link.

    It allows you to do more than just the text-decoration:underline; for instance you can do something like
    a:hover {border-bottom: 1px dotted #000}
    for a neet effect.

    -Doug
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    ahh good idea


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