The paragraph unfortunately shifts when a link is being hovered. Perhaps
someone could suggest some CSS that will: one, increase size of the hovered link
and two, create padding around the link in order to not effect the paragraph.
I have included a some example below:
<meta charset="UTF-8" />
In rder to work on a Linux system directly<a id="id426967" class="indexterm"></a>, you will need to provide a
user name and password. You always need to authenticate to the system. As we
already mentioned in the exercise from <a class="xref" href="ch01.html" title="Chapter 1. What is Linux?">Chapter 1, <i>What is Linux?</i></a>, most PC-based
Linux systems have two basic modes for a system to run in: either quick and
sober in text console mode, which looks like <span class="application">DOS</span> with mouse, multitasking and
multi-user features, or in graphical mode, which looks better but eats
more system resources.