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This video demonstrates how to create a link style (a style that can be applied to a link, eg underlined or a different colour)
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About this video
This video assumes you are already logged into the Sketchanet editor. If you don't know how to do this, you can find out how here.
How to create links styles.
Before you start creating text links, it's best practice to set up some links styles beforehand. N.B Links will naturally default to the base link style that comes packaged with Sketchanet if you don't create your own.
How to apply link styling
Click on 'EDIT TEXT STYLES' in the text controls panel. This will open up the text styles editor. Then select the 'Links Styles' tab. There are a lot of settings and you can quickly get to know what each one does by experimenting.
It is very important to be aware that making a change to an existing link style will affect all of the links that use that style throughout the site.
If you do want to style a link differently, but not change all of the existing links, just create a new style and use that. You can create as many styles as you like, and you can remove these at a later date if you need to tidy things up.