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  • Resolved CLloyd


    I’ve tried adding the CSS

    a.footer:link {color: #000; }
    a.footer:visited {color: #0CC; }
    a.footer:hover {color: #300; }
    a.footer:active {color: #300; }

    to my information, but it hasn’t changed the footer links to a different colour. As they stand, they can’t be seen and it’s driving me nuts. The main one that needs to be changed is the bloginfo section in the footer.php page but I can’t figure out how to do that. What part of the CSS is that connected to?


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  • whooami



    how bout a link to a page that has the links? We can all putz around looking from the domain in your profile, but it sure would be easier if you helped out.

    Also, keep in mind that if you are using wp-cache that you may need to empty those files in order to see any changes. Its also helpful to empty your browsers cache correctly too.

    Sorry. Forgot that.


    I didn’t check your site but I’m sure its a CSS code problem, footer is not a class but an id.

    Try this instead

    #footer a:link {color: #000; }
    #footer a:visited {color: #0CC; }
    #footer a:hover {color: #300; }
    #footer a:active {color: #300; }

    [edit: felt guilty about not looking at the source code, I was right anyhow, footer is an id]

    Okay, I’ll change that now. I’d forgotten about that.


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