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Using jQuery to show a link as blue and underlined

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I need to show a link as a link. What's the way to format this?
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Showing a link as blue and underlined is the default behavior of most browsers unless the browser has been customized or the link has been styled with CSS. You should not need jQuery to force default behavior. Can you provide a link to the page you're referring to?
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