Creating a direct CSS underline
In many cases, you can add direct CSS styling to text. This method of using CSS should be used for quick, basic, CSS underline styling. It cannot be done to just any text located just anywhere. The text must be HTML enabled. This is a good CSS underline method for quickly editing MySpace text sections.
To create direct CSS, we only need to use two tags, an opening tag and a closing tag. For CSS underline, the opening tag is: <u>. The closing tag is </u>. The <u> tag initiates (starts) the underline point, and the </u> tag stops the underline. For example:
<u>This is a Bright Hub CSS Underline Tutorial</u> will give you this: This is a Bright Hub CSS Tutorial
Only text within the tag elements will be underlined. For example:
I see a <u> red door </u> and I want to paint it black will give you this: I see a red door and I want to paint it black
Easy enough, right? That's all there is to it. That's how you do a direct CSS underline.