Moodle Links within Text boxes

I love Moodle. However, there are a couple of things that drive me crazy. One of those things is the way that links appear in text boxes. These text boxes can be the Feedback box in a rubric, a glossary context box, etc.

Frequently, text links in those boxes show no visual cue unless/until there is a mouse rollover. Let’s look at an example. I’ve highlighted “Step by Step instructions from Master Moodle”, then picked the link button and pasted the appropriate link. However, looking at it, nothing really looks different.

However, this can be easily fixed. Simply add the CSS code for color and underline in the href.

Huh? you might say. (Or, you might say “but of course, that’s how I always do that). With Moodle, you can edit the code. Simply click on the More button:

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