Originally Posted by Toxaris
Actually, why would you make the 26 an anchor? If you don't want to have it blue and underlined, switch it off in the CSS.
Well, it's just an example. There are other places where I have set up text as anchors using the a tag as well. It just seems odd that it would display an anchor like it was a link.
Would I do the css using psudo classes?
If so, I thought pseudo classes were not a good idea for e-books. Also, there doesn't seem to be a pseudo class for just the anchor (I'm assuming because usually there is no reason to style an anchor, which is why this whole thing is so puzzling to me)
BTW, I plan on using Calibre to generate a .mobi file. Having done this already, I never see any underlines when I view the anchors on the Kindle.