Hi --

In my web page I'm using the CSS as follows:

STYLE type="text/css">
body{
background-color: #ffffff; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif
}
A:link, A:active{
text-decoration:underline;
color:blue;
}
A:visited{
text-decoration:underline;
color:#993300;
}
a:hover{
color:gray; text-decoration: none
}
</STYLE>

which is working fine. My problem that I'm trying to figure out is simply how do I, let's say, make one certain link have different properties than what the CSS is already specifying?! (ie. Make the new link font color white with no underline when a href linked to).

I believe it might include something like creating a new class or id?! And I tried experimenting with that creating a new style (.newstyle) and than calling it from the one link I want to be different but what happened was that ALL links then took on the new properties insteasd of just the one... so obviously I'm missing a major point of how to actually impliment this!

Any help would be appreciated!
Thanks,
Josh