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a:hover and ahover are coupled

Cal Who
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James Irvine wrote:
> Cal Who wrote:
>> I added a new page with your code to my solution and put your css
>> code into my css file and it worked fine.
>> Then I added a contents page file using my master and your code and
>> that worked too.
>> So I figured the problem is that my anchor is in an accordian that
>> has its own hover style.
>> So I copied the anchor and pasted it outside the acordian and it
>> still didn't work.
>> This went on for a while - I never did fix my anchor but I managed
>> to break yours by adding an href.
>> What happens if you use the following:
>> <a href="">zzz</a>
>> Still work for you?
>> Thanks

> Nope. But if you add this to the .css file it does:
> a
> {
> text-decoration: none ;
> }

Sure does.
Is that the same as adding a:link ?

Thnaks for staying with this. I appreciate it.

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