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IE6 link colors & CSS override (vs. Firefox)

 
 
Toby Inkster
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      10-22-2005
Woodmon wrote:

> So is the following "order" correct?
>
> a:link { }
> a:link:hover { }
> a:visited { }
> a:visited:hover { }
> a:active { }


Without knowing what overall effect you want to achieve, it's impossible
to say.

The following order is "correct":

a:link { color:blue }
a:hover { color:red }
a:visited { colorurple }

if you want to achieve the effect of "unvisited links blue, but red when
hovered; visited links purple, and remain so when hovered". LVHA is not
always "correct".

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