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#1 mortgagedetective

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 06:16 AM

Gidday, I am running iBlogPro3 with no code level mods (even CSS is stock standard). I am having problems with font behaviours of two links on this page: http://mortgagedetective.com.au/tools/ The first and last link (How to and contact me) appear with a strikethough line and I am doing my head in trying to work out why. The html straight out of the wordpress interface is as follows: ` Tools and Tips will help you develop, simple, straight forward knowledge to keep you in control and increase your chances of making the best mortgage choice. This hands on help section is broken into three groups: How to - Offers simple, honest tutorials on the different things borrowers like to do such how to refinance how to choose a mortgage broker and more.... What is - This is a jargon buster . Visit this section if you are looking for honest information on different jargon you have encountered. Tips for - Quick tips that you use to save money, avoid trouble and get mortgage free. debt free faster. Once you think you have found the mortgage that's right for you, use the search box to see if it has been given an independent mortgage road test. Remember, if you can't find what you are looking for, contact me. It's easy and it's free. ` What am I missing here? Ta, Mick

#2 justme

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 07:55 AM

Hi Mick, I just checked the page source and can see a couple of things that need attention. First of all the css class for those strikethrough links is class="broken_link". For the first - How to - you have the title in the wrong place in the code; when you move it to where it belongs I suspect that will fix that link. For the second - contact me - you actually have an incorrect url. It links to /help, which gives a 404 error, rather than /contact-us.

#3 mortgagedetective

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 09:53 AM

Got it. Thank you. Mick