I don’t have to tell you that I am new in web development …I am sure you will understated this from my question.
I was trying everything yesterday to change the link color (all links) in my website.
The problem is that in dreamweaver the links appear to be fine but in the IE7
all links was red. I did change the a:link attributes hundreds of times I also add a link2
In my css file but nothing. All changes I made was observable in dreamweaver but not in IE7 (specially the color).
So finally I discover another way, using the span style="color tag which works fine.
……any explanation why I could not do it with css, is this the proper way to color links?????
Thanks in advance
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There are several reasons not to do this:
1. For accessibility, many browsers allow the owner of the browser to turn off changes to link colors and define overriding colors.
2. If a browser is set to override, and you use a background color that matches …
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