This is a strange request, but hear goes:
I have a file which has this in it:
<a href="http://www.google.com" class="google-link">Go to Google</a>
// * it's not Google, but it gives an idea of what I am doing
I then include that file in about five different sites (save re-writing it). There's more going on but this helps to explain it easier.
Each of the sites can then have this in its own CSS file:
/* etc. */
Can I style it with an image and get rid of the text using only CSS? That way some sites can have the text link and some can have a bespoke image and I won't have to change the include file.
I can of course just change it and write specific HTML for each site, but thought I would ask!
You can use a simple image replacement technique, as demonstrated here:
Just add in an empty span (or other inline element like <b></b> and use CSS to position this over the text.
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