What's the blue underlined font for links?

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Jul 12, 2010 Jul 12, 2010

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I'm sure that ubiquitous blue, underlined, sans-serif font that everybody uses for a Web link must have some specs  ... i.e., 100% cyan with 15% K in arial or some such.

Anybody set up a character style for it that looks realistic in print?

Thanks,

Eddie

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It's not any one font. It's whatever YOU have set up in your browser

as the default serif or sans-serif or whatever options your browser

gives you.

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Jul 13, 2010 Jul 13, 2010

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Eddie,

In addition to what Herb said:

When the creator of the site makes no changes to the default values of the website creation application, probably the font is fake Helvetica (also known as Arial) and the Link colour is 0000FF (all web colours are expressed as Hex triplets, corresponding to coded RGB values, 00 = 0, FF = 255); similarly the active link colour may be FF0000 and the visited link colour FF00FF.

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