CSS text link underlining is ignored in all browsers
This will probably be very simple for the CSS geniuses out there
On this page http://hosting.geoorbis.com/geoorbis/partners.html there are two external links in the body of the text
The first link (VT Caribbean) ignores my CSS textlink code of
font-family: geneva, helvetica, san serif;
border-bottom: 1px dotted #D00000;
The second (Data Transfer Solutions) adheres to it
Can anyone figure out why the CSS is ignored by the regular HTML link?
Works fine for me on Opera, FF and IE6....
This is indeed odd
After some more poking around I found that setting the :visited CSS with the same underline code makes it work in all browsers
See I knew someone would help me figure it out
Cheers - BTW I am in Barbados - cold where you are?
No problem Sean
I am in Glossop, Derbyshire UK - Very Cold
One more ? for you - in IE/Win my new paragraphs are not nicely spaced like they are in any other browser
If I use 2 <br>'s after each line, however then my paragraphs are too far apart in other browsers
How can I get IE to put one line space between my paragraphs without mucking up the layout in other browsers