anticontent.net CSS 0.1

OK. First bit of tweaking done to the CSS for both anticontent.net and interesting, lovely, useful. I noticed that clicked links in the middle of sentences were quite hard to spot. I'm personally a fan of links always appearing underlined and I'm reasonably sure this is good from an accessibility point of view, so that's what I've done.

For a second there, I pasted in the whole of the first bit of example link styling from w3school's links CSS page (with added link underlining thrown in) which would have amused me no end had it looked alright, but unfortunately it didn't. But while I was there I've made my hyperlinks red. But not red red. People that know me may be able to guess at the reasons for this particular shade, which is somehow evocative of the sweet silver song of the lark.

a {
      color: #D00027;
      text-decoration: underline;
    }

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