Not underlining tags

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    Jay P Rawlins

    This should do it...

    .contentTagText {
      text-decoration: none !important;
    }
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    Trevor Jordan

    Many thanks for your very quick and very effective response! That works and now I'm happy. For the moment! But I suspect, knowing myself only too well, that it's not the last bit of style I will want to change!-  -- I've already added font-style: italic; to the tag selector, and might well add more font styling! So may I ask: is there a list which I might access of the CSS selectors (like .contentTagText) used in Workflowy?

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    Jay P Rawlins

    The closest thing to a list is probably browsing through other people's CSS.

    I use a combination of this extensions "Live Editor":
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/live-editor-for-css-less/ifhikkcafabcgolfjegfcgloomalapol

    and Chrome Developer Tools which is integrated into the browser. 

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    Trevor Jordan

    OK, that's helpful. I used the "Live Editor" but didn't immediately understand it so will take some time to explore it further. I did find the CSS Viewer extension which correctly (!) identified the tags as .contentTagText so your suggestion and those and similar tools might keep me quiet for a while!

    While I'm signing off for now, I use and like your rawbytz MultiTagger and your Find & Replace bookmarklets. Thank you.

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