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CSS text colour anomaly??

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I am relatively new to using CSS, but i have many of the basics down pretty well.
However, as always, i have run into a problem which i cannot possibly imagine an answer.

I have a website up and running from a server, using css. nothing needs to be solved there.
however, when i view my website from a certain LAN outside of my own home network, one of my links changes it's text color from the normal to purple. if i click on the link continually, it goes back to the norm.

any ideas? an i being haunted by a purple ghost? (kidding)

everywhere else i have viewed it from, this does not happen.
Mar 14 '07 #1
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I am relatively new to using CSS, but i have many of the basics down pretty well.
However, as always, i have run into a problem which i cannot possibly imagine an answer.

I have a website up and running from a server, using css. nothing needs to be solved there.
however, when i view my website from a certain LAN outside of my own home network, one of my links changes it's text color from the normal to purple. if i click on the link continually, it goes back to the norm.

any ideas? an i being haunted by a purple ghost? (kidding)

everywhere else i have viewed it from, this does not happen.
I take it you're viewing the page with IE. Check out this page to see how to handle links with CSS.

HTH,
Aric
Mar 14 '07 #2

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I take it you're viewing the page with IE. Check out this page to see how to handle links with CSS.

HTH,
Aric
actually, no, i am using firefox mozilla. which is why i am puzzled over this. i know all too well that IE is horrible with css.
Mar 14 '07 #3

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actually, no, i am using firefox mozilla. which is why i am puzzled over this. i know all too well that IE is horrible with css.
I think the default is purple post the code so we can see what the scoop is I don't know why it wouldn't perform the same way no matter where you view the site from. If you give us a link we can check it out.

Aric
Mar 14 '07 #4

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