Every time I try to use the following Style Sheet in DW3 the links on my menu bar, which should ALWAYS be white turn the blue that the content links also are be! I've checked it over and am stumped as to why it won't work. And it's got nothing to do with the colours that I've specified for my links i.e. alink="#FFFFF".... because I removed them and it still didn't work and it's not because I haven't specified the class in my HTML document because I have! Anyone help?
I have found there is a bug in Internet Explorer that doesn't cascade styles to links. You have to specifically specify the class within the link tag itself instead of a surrounding tag like a paragraph of DIV.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote/font><HR>Originally posted by Saltire: Every time I try to use the following Style Sheet in DW3 the links on my menu bar, which should ALWAYS be white turn the blue that the content links also are be!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Be sure you're putting the CLASS attributes in the A tag itself and not in SPAN tags outside of it. If the CLASS is not specified within the A tag then the default A values will override the specific class. Also specify ACTIVE and VISITED values for the special class (.menu) or the default values will override.
[This message has been edited by room34 (edited June 06, 2000).]