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Question asked by on Apr 28, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 15, 2018 by Chris Long

Lately in the last 3-6 months, I've noticed with increasing regularity that the HTML code in my pages keeps popping up with style="font-size: 0.8125rem;" in my links.  I haven't quite pinpointed at what time this happens, when I create it, when I link it, when the course is copied, etc?  But it keeps showing up....


As it hurts my love of nice and clean HTML code and I didn't want it to be there in the first place I'm wondering if anyone knows what this is doing and it's purpose, has it always popped up on links, or is this new and intended or did I unintentionally do this?  Just curious more than anything.


- Melanie


Below is a snippet of recent code.



<li><a class="img-rounded" href=""><img style="float: right; padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; width: 25%;" src="" alt="Red shoes highlighting violence against women"  /></a>Text: Sourcebook on Violence Against Women<span>. P</span><span>ages 1-15.</span></li>

<li><a class=" instructure_scribd_file instructure_file_link" style="font-size: 0.8125rem;" title="DeKeseredy - Violence against Women pp 77.pdf" href="/courses/1611848/files/64405371/download?wrap=1" data-api-endpoint="" data-api-returntype="File">DeKeseredy, Walter S. Violence against Women: Myths, Facts, Controversies. Toronto: U of Toronto, 2011. Pages 77-103.</a></li>

<li><a style="font-size: 0.8125rem;" href="">Benedict, Helen. Virgin or Vamp: How the Press Covers Sex Crimes. New York: Oxford UP, 1992. Pages 13-24.</a></li>

<li><span style="font-size: 0.8125rem; background-color: #ffff00;">Women and (In)Justice pages 133-136. (to be scanned)</span></li>