Is it possible to turn a line of text into a hyperlink and for it not to change colour or become underlined?
I know that I could use a bitmap instead (with the border turned off) but would prefer to keep it as plain text.
Yes, you can! Except that it was an added feature in the 4.0 browsers. It's an ability enabled by CSS.
To do just one link like that, you would do it this way:
<A HREF="somewhere.html" style="text-decoration:
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