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Right, I am trying to make the links in my game change colour when you hover over it....I managed to get it to work, but it only works in IE. The link is lime and the hover colour is, for example, magenta. But in Mozilla FireFox it stays/goes as a weird purple. I have the a:visited as lime, and the a:link as lime, and the a:active and a:hover are magenta. FF has visited links as purple, non-visited links as lime, and they don't change colour when I hover over them.

Anyone know how I can get this to work for both IE and FF?

I run V2, if that is any help.

Sorry if I sound unclear...lol.

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Re: IE and FF

iight simple in header find:

font-family:calibri, helvetica, arial, geneva, sans-serif;font-size:12px;color: white;
  scrollbar-base-color: #005B70; 
  scrollbar-arrow-color: #F3960B;
  scrollbar-DarkShadow-Color: #2f2f2f;
}
a:visited,a:active,a:hover,a:link { color: #ffffff;text-decoration: none; }

add below:

a:hover { color: gold;text-decoration:none;}

works on firefox never tested with ie because well ie sucks lol

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Re: IE and FF

This is kinda off the topic of IE and FF, but still on the topic of Hover Links.

I would like mine to be underline AND overline:

a:hover { color: blue;text-decoration:underline;font-variant:small-caps;}

I have tried putting a , after underline then type in overline, but that doesn't work....

Anyone know how to get it underline and overline?

And I know this is probably really easy...I just can't really think straight today... :)

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Re: IE and FF

Back to the topic of IE and FF:

I have it so that when you hover over the link, it goes blue, underlined amd small caps. This works fine in FF, but doesn't in IE. It goes blue and underline, but not small caps. AND, it goes small caps in only ONE or TWO pages, like the estate agents, for example.

Anyone know why this only works in FF and not IE...

 

iight simple in header find:

font-family:calibri, helvetica, arial, geneva, sans-serif;font-size:12px;color: white;
  scrollbar-base-color: #005B70; 
  scrollbar-arrow-color: #F3960B;
  scrollbar-DarkShadow-Color: #2f2f2f;
}
a:visited,a:active,a:hover,a:link { color: #ffffff;text-decoration: none; }

add below:

a:hover { color: gold;text-decoration:none;}

works on firefox never tested with ie because well ie sucks lol

I have done this...but does anyone know how to get it to work on IE!?

Has it got something to do with the code in each script...? :?

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