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Thread: Safari Browser and link colours
Nov 20, 2006, 08:44 #1
Safari Browser and link colours
sorry if posted before but i have just noticed that safari takes no notice of my link colours in my stylesheet or the document specific setttings.
i have checked the safari preferences but can see nothing to disable this (all the links come up as red) or specify my own colours. i can't believe that apple could be this stupid as to not give this as an option.
anyone know any different?
Nov 20, 2006, 11:14 #2
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Nov 21, 2006, 03:56 #3
seem to have sorted it.
many thanks for your reply but i have managed to fix it.
the problem came about from some SSIs which included other html files with two links to a CSS document. these seems to have caused a conflict in safari. by deleting one of these links to the CSS doc and refreshing, the red links disapeared and now display correctly.
its a strange thing that only seems to happen in safari. i don't know why the links were displayed in red as i can see nothing in safari that shows this. unless it is an inbuilt default that can't be changed.