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Text shows hyperlink, don't want it, how do I change?

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My center column is supposed to be static text but it is showing up as hyperlink. How do I get it back to static text? The hyperlink color doesn't work with my background color. It's supposed to be black text. There is an external css for all formatting. #maincontent { position:relative; float:left;}.leftbar, .centerbar, .rightbar { padding:6px; float:left; min-height:900px; /* min-height to keep columns even and filled in with background-color */}.centerbar {background-color:#65a0a5; /* lt. teal of palette */ width:512px; /* width = 524px - 12px padding */} The html has no formatting: <div class="centerbar"> <p>Welcome to Stardancer Enterprises. Our navigation bar shows we do a lot of different types of work, apparently unrelated, but rest assured the total dedication to each endeavor is our passion.</p> <p>Please go directly to the page in which you need assistance or, if you have a little time, browse through all the sections and get an idea of what Stardancer Enterprises is all about. You will find that each division relates to the others in our ultimate dedication to living well, being well, caring for our world and planet, and serving our customers.</p>

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You can easily change anchor text changing all anchor tags to have a color of black.a {color: #000000;} but that will also change all your other links.If you provide all your CSS, and all your code I can see where there is maybe a slip up to solve.

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May be this code is use full to you span.bbc_underline {text-decoration: none; if you want underline as hyperlink span.bbc_underline {text-decoration: underline !important; Use the code of css to highlight it as hyper link span.bbc_underline {cursor: pointer;text-decoration: none;

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I'm not sure if I understood the problem correctly, but it sounds like you forgot to close an <a> tag earlier on in your document. Be sure that your HTML is valid http://validator.w3.org/

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