Hi, Formspider team! I have a column as a hiperlink in my grid. I want it to be underlined under the cursor.

My css is
.x-grid3-hyperLink-col{text-decoration:underline}

I guess something is wrong in it, because it doesn't work. Can anyone help me? Best regards

asked 17 Feb '16, 07:21

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Hi Inna,

I don't know how to solve this issue with CSS (I'm sure there is a solution. But I just don't know it) but I always use the font-color="Blue" and font-style="Underlined" to make the links look like links. :-)

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards,
Yalim

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answered 18 Feb '16, 09:55

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Thanks for your reply, Yalim :-)

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answered 19 Feb '16, 02:08

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We have an app that does this.... this is the css we use

.x-grid3-hyperLink-col:link { text-decoration: none !important; color: Black !important; }

.x-grid3-hyperLink-col:visited { text-decoration: none !important; color: Blue !important; }

.x-grid3-hyperLink-col:hover { text-decoration: underline !important; color: Blue !important; }

.x-grid3-hyperLink-col:active { text-decoration: underline !important; color: green !important; }

This is placed in a custom CSS file linked to the app

Simon

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answered 19 Feb '16, 08:40

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Thanks,Simon, I really appreciate it! It works!

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answered 20 Feb '16, 01:57

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no worries, glad it helped

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answered 22 Feb '16, 04:34

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