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2012

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Changing a Joomla email link cloaking CSS color


Joomla has by default a plugin called Email Cloaking which replaces any email on the content with javascript to stop spam. I have noticed this brings one problem with regards to changing the hyperlinks colour.

At first the easy way is to add the following to the css:

a:link, a:visited {
   color: #FF0000; /* Red colour */
}

This works fine across the whole website but what if you wanted to give the hyperlinks different colours. Maybe giving the hyperlinks their own CSS class like...

<p>Here is the link <a class="email_color" href="#">mailto:example@email_address.com</a></p>

... but NO the CSS class gets deleted by the plugin.

The best way I have found is to add the class to the paragraph tag that contains the email, so you get the following:

<p class="para_email_color" >Here is the link <a href="#">mailto:example@email_address.com</a></p>
</pre>
.para_email_color a:link, .para_email_color a:visited {
   color: #FF0000; /* Red colour */
}
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