How to create a horizontal list of text hyperlinks?

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Hi folks,

I'm new to Antetype and try to create a horizontal link list. Meaning simple textual hyper links next to each other. I tried it with list labels and simple labels. But I failed to underline the text. Isn't there any widget like that. I think anybody who designs a webpage could need that.

Kind regards,

Bernd
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Bernd Lohmeyer

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Posted 4 years ago

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Tim Klauck, CEO and Founder

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Right now, underlining text only works in rich text mode, so the best way to do this is to add a bottom border to the text cell.

I created a sample widget here:

http://www.antetype.com/downloads/Lin...

The link widgets are arranged in a horizontal flow layout.
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Hi Tim,

thank you very much for this fast reply. As you suggested I tried it with cells and bottom border. It works fine. Based on that I created a breadcrumb widget, which contains itself breadcrumbLink widgets. To this breadcrumbLink widget I added states two states:

- normal, which is the hyperlink appearance and
- disabled, which is the active page.

Now I have a nice breadcrumb navigation widget.

Anyways, I could download your example. It gives an 404. I am interested in your solution.

Kind regards and bye,

Bernd
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Tim Klauck, CEO and Founder

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Please try again, now it should work!
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Thanks a lot, Tim.