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    css problem - links not displaying properly

    Was working on this last night (in a less than good state !), this morning I cannot for the life of me work out what I did wrong. Page in question: http://www.meetinthemiddle.co.uk/dev/listnon.php

    css sheet associated with it: http://www.meetinthemiddle.co.uk/dev/mim.css

    For some reason the css isn't working all the way through the page - any ideas?
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    what did you mean? everything looks ok... the links are all the same, no links with different styles halfway thru... (oh yes i didn't look at the CSS though... )

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    hmmm - maybe my browsers broken - have been concerned for a while - some of the links are white for me (hence invisible) and turn blue when you hover over them

    Am using IE 5.5
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    It looks OK from here (IE 5.5).

    A few things to check:

    When using the link & dynamic psuedo classes they should be declared in the order :link,:visited,:hover,:active. More Info: http://web3.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/selec...seudo-classes.

    Also, you're missing a colon after color:

    a.blue:visited {
    font-family: arial, helvetica, geneva, swiss, sunsans-regular, sans-serif;
    color: #9999FF; background-color: transparent;
    text-decoration: none }


    HTH

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    isotope, u angel!! It ws that colon - how many times had I looked over that sheet???!!!

    Anyway, thanks muchly - I will look at the ordering, thne sheet is an adaptation of one I did last year, and needs a lot of cleaning up - I'm sure there was a reason for the irregular order, but for the life of me can't remember what!
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