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[Resolved] Trouble with link colors

  • Hello,

    I am having trouble with link colors here. If you look at the whole page you’ll see that all the links are a light blue regardless if they are visited or not, but at the bottom of the page there are previous/next page links that follow the normal blue/purple if visited format. I tried to change this both in the css and the footer page, but I haven’t been able to change how it looks. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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  • You need to use the a:visited pseudo attributed in your CSS file. Find the CSS that controls the link you’re interested in, and add a new line right after it changing the a to a:visited, then change the colors.

    (B/c you say you’ve been messing with CSS, I’m assuming you know how to do what I said…ask if not.)

    That’s what is wierd about this, every a:visited in the css file has the color I want (1FCEFD.) Could it be that whoever made the template didn’t include a section for this and that is why these links are showing up the way they are?

    I decided to just get rid of these links and approach my problem another way. Thanks for the suggestions.

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