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Joe 08-09-2005 04:12 AM

can I have different link styles?
 
Hello all,

OK I know that's a sily question. I know with html and css anything is
possible.

This is the site I'm working on: http://www.ponkey.com/nucleus3.2/ .

you can see that there are links on the right side of the page with their
own styles. If you were to read the blog entries, the links posted in-
line have the same style as those on the right. You will also see that
its the same text and color as the paragraph text. I'm trying to find
out how to have different link styles. Do I need to specify link style
definitions seperate for each div?

Thanks in Advance,
JP

Joe 08-09-2005 04:33 AM

Re: can I have different link styles?
 
Joe <joe@nospam.ponkey.com> wrote in
news:Xns96AD221A870Ajoeponkeycom@216.196.97.142:

> Hello all,
>
> OK I know that's a sily question. I know with html and css anything
> is possible.
>
> This is the site I'm working on: http://www.ponkey.com/nucleus3.2/ .
>
> you can see that there are links on the right side of the page with
> their own styles. If you were to read the blog entries, the links
> posted in- line have the same style as those on the right. You will
> also see that its the same text and color as the paragraph text. I'm
> trying to find out how to have different link styles. Do I need to
> specify link style definitions seperate for each div?
>
> Thanks in Advance,
> JP
>


If you're interested here is the complete css

http://www.ponkey.com/default_right.css

Thanks
JP

Mark Parnell 08-09-2005 04:36 AM

Re: can I have different link styles?
 
Previously in alt.html, Joe <joe@nospam.ponkey.com> said:

> I'm trying to find
> out how to have different link styles.


http://allmyfaqs.com/faq.pl?Links_with_different_colors

--
Mark Parnell
http://www.clarkecomputers.com.au
alt.html FAQ :: http://html-faq.com/

Joe 08-09-2005 09:49 AM

Re: can I have different link styles?
 
Mark Parnell <webmaster@clarkecomputers.com.au> wrote in
news:7ohdxo4jfgvb.dlg@markparnell.com.au:

> http://allmyfaqs.com/faq.pl?Links_with_different_colors


:)

thank you

mbstevens 08-09-2005 11:25 AM

Re: can I have different link styles?
 
Joe wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> OK I know that's a sily question. I know with html and css anything is
> possible.
>
> This is the site I'm working on: http://www.ponkey.com/nucleus3.2/ .
>
> you can see that there are links on the right side of the page with their
> own styles. If you were to read the blog entries, the links posted in-
> line have the same style as those on the right. You will also see that
> its the same text and color as the paragraph text. I'm trying to find
> out how to have different link styles. Do I need to specify link style
> definitions seperate for each div?
>
> Thanks in Advance,
> JP


Because of the location and the little arrows in front of the links on
the right side, it seems fairly clear to me on first glance that they
are, indeed, links. Still, I'd make them a slightly different color
than the body text. You obviously want to make navigation as clear a
possible. The link Mark posted answers how to do it.

Menus are actually lists of links. There are markups for such lists
-- <ul> and (less often) <ol>. Your pages do not use this 'semantic'
markup.You should move to <ul> or <ol>, and control their display with CSS.

Some of the link text is hard to read because the size is
set too small. It might be better not to set text size
at all. This may not be bothering you because you might have your
screen resolution set lower than I have mine. The text is really quite
small on mine.
--
mbstevens
http://www.mbstevens.com/cgi/mkatt.p...ique_Generator
(new, version 1.1)



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