for example I have the following simple code in my views:
<%= link_to "Here", :controller => 'home', :action => 'inside_here' %>
I get the "actual" view in the page looking like this:
where the underlying url is showing right beside the "Here" word. By
default, the "Here" word should only be outputted and not the path
Since we presently have no solution to this, my front-end guy keeps on
enclosing these links with <divs> so as to hide the underlying links.
It's a big headache for him.. he's stressed.
Does anybody have any suggestion on what's happening? Maybe there's
something wrong with the layout or with the stylesheets? Or
Php and HTML that there might be some tiny detail that shouldn't be
used in Rails by convention. Although he knows the basics needed to
output stuff (like link_to, image_tag, etc) in Rails... Thanks a lot!