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Jina Ali


That only changes the color of the Font. The hyperlink line remains whatever color of the theme chosen. For accessibility, I think Rise should allow us to retain the themes (as that gives us designer choices), but set hyperlinks as standard hyperlink blue (#0000FFF); or at least allow us to chose this when adding links. We had a theme that made the links orange. If you contrast-check the orange against a white background, they fail the WCAG AA & AAA. Without this color change feature, we will be limited in the type of themes we can use. 


Mark Hilvert

Actually, Alyssa gave a solution to this in another forum! See below...

"By default, hyperlinks use the color you've chosen as your theme color in the course settings. However, there's an easy way to choose a different color! The trick is to set the color before adding the hyperlink.

First, highlight the text and change the color to your desired color and underline the text. Then, highlight the text again and add the hyperlink.

Now the text will be hyperlinked and underlined in your desired font color!"