Changing the Color of a Hyperlink

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Like leopard print and plaid, some styles weren't meant to be mixed. You can change the default electric blue of your links to something more fitting by following the steps below. 

In Classic Events, Classic Surveys, or EMarketing
All webpages, classic surveys in Inquisium, eMarketing, and Standard Registration events use the HTML Editor. If you're working with an Express Registration event, Express Ticketing event, Flex event, or Surveys (New) survey, skip to the next section

1 Access the HTML Editor. The HTML Editor can be accessed throughout the application by clicking Edit Section or the HTML button. It's also built into various pages related to editing emails.
 

2 Hyperlink your text. Select the Insert tab. If you haven't already, create a hyperlink.

Or hyperlink a data tag. Select the Insert tab. Highlight your Information type data tag, then click Hyperlink Manager. In the URL field, enter the URL for an Information data tag or the data tag again for a URL data tag, then click OK.
 

3 Open the Style Builder. Click within the link (don't highlight it), then click User-added image in the Content section.
 

4 Change the link color. When the Style Builder opens, click the paint bucket next to Color and select one of the color blocks from the dropdown. Have a specific shade in mind? Click Add Custom Color... to enter a hex value. 
 
User-added image
 
Click OK. Don't forget to click Save.

Or, change the URL data tag link color. After inserting a URL data tag, click within the data tag (don't highlight it), then click User-added image in the Content section. When the Style Builder opens, click the paint bucket next to Color and select one of the color blocks from the dropdown. Have a specific shade in mind? Click Add Custom Color... to enter a hex value. 

Click OK. Don't forget to click Save.
 
NOTE: The color of Link data tags cannot be changed and will adhere to your registration event, survey, or eMarketing event's theme color defaults.

In Flex Events or New Surveys

1 Access the Site Designer in Flex. Begin by selecting your Flex event. To go to registration, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Process. For the website, hover over Website & Registration and, under Website, click Event Website. To the right of the page you have added the hyperlink to, click Customize.

Or, access the canvas in Surveys (New). Begin by selecting your new survey. Hover over Design and, under Customize, click Survey Pages.

2 Change the link color. On the canvas, click the widget with the hyperlink. To the right of the canvas, highlight the hyperlink. Click the User-added image, and select a color or enter a HEX or RGB code.

Or, change the data tag link color. On the canvas, click the widget where you want to add the hyperlink. To the right of the canvas, click User-added image to open the list of data tags. Search for a URL data tag, then click on it to insert it. To the right of the canvas, highlight the data tag. Click the User-added image, and select a color or enter a HEX or RGB code.
 
NOTE: The color of Link data tags cannot be changed and will adhere to your Flex event's theme color defaults.

Once you're done, click Save to preserve the draft, or click Publish to make it visible to invitees or respondents.
 
In Express Events

1 Go to the hyperlink.
Open the webpage or email with the hyperlink you want to edit. Hover over the section with your hyperlink, then click Edit in the top right corner.

2 Open the hyperlink settings. Click the hyperlink. From the settings that appear, click the link icon. 
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3 Add a hex code. The Link Info tab opens by default. Click the righht-most tab, Advanced. In the Style field, enter "color:#000000" but replace the zeros with the hex code of the color you want. 
 
User-added image
Click OK. Then, click Save
 

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