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Nathan_SR:
Some suggestions for html links display:

1. Please give some space after the newbielink: keyword Eg. newbielink:   http://www.somewebsite. 
2. remove [nonactive]

Rationale:

1. Giving space would make it easy to see and copy the html link, if required
2. [nonactive] causes confusion about the html link being active. It is already understood that when the mouse is taken near the link, no visual change occurs anyway.

Rich:
Hi Nathan_SR

--- Quote from: Nathan_SR on June 18, 2018, 10:10:01 PM ---Some suggestions for html links display:

1. Please give some space after the newbielink: keyword Eg. newbielink:   http://www.somewebsite. 
2. remove [nonactive]

Rationale:

1. Giving space would make it easy to see and copy the html link, if required
2. [nonactive] causes confusion about the html link being active. It is already understood that when the mouse is taken near the link, no visual change occurs anyway.
--- End quote ---

Actually, the  [nonactive]  provides a visual clue as to what's going on. Placing the mouse cursor over  [nonactive]  does this:

Nathan_SR:
Hi Rich,

I saw that too, earlier. Still, the newbielink keyword is enough to alert users about possible spam posts before using them. Nonactive is not necessary and is understood anyway. Please give some space after the newbielink keyword. Thanks.

Regards,

Nathan SR

Nathan_SR:
Hi Rich,

Any possibility of getting the above implemented ? Thanks.

Regards,

Nathan SR

Rich:
Hi Nathan_SR
Sorry, I don't make policy, I just moderate. Changes like that would be up to an administrator.

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