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I'm having a bit of problem with this testing page, click here. Whenever you click on the Welcome or Mission, the CSS buton changed as if there is a a.visisted put on the #lftSideMenu div, but the CSS does not have #lftSideMenu a.visited on. So why is it acting like there is?

By the way, it works perfectly fine in Mozilla Firefox but not in MS IE v6.

Your help is much appreciated.

Txoov

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I'm having a bit of problem with this testing page, click here. Whenever you click on the Welcome or Mission, the CSS buton changed as if there is a a.visisted put on the #lftSideMenu div, but the CSS does not have #lftSideMenu a.visited on. So why is it acting like there is?

By the way, it works perfectly fine in Mozilla Firefox but not in MS IE v6.

Your help is much appreciated.

Txoov

I am not sure of the answer to that, as it is not working in Opera either.

Have to review the CSS code to determine this....

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Thank you for the response. Yeah, I couldn't figure out why the a.visited are being apply to the #lftSideMenu div while I did not declare any.

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