HTML Question for Web Desktop

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  1. 240 KA-T

    240 KA-T New Member

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    I am running one of the web desktops with texts and links, I CANNOT seem to change the color of the text. I try body text=#FFFFFF and link=#FFFFFF and whatnot but cant get the text or links to change. However, when I remove the "a" from parts like <a class="TITLE"> or <a target="_self" then I change the font color, but the link doesn't function anymore, any ideas? Here is what my desktop looks when I take some of the "a"s out...

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  2. John

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    Is there a <link rel="stylesheet.css"> or similar in the <head> part?
     
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    240 KA-T New Member

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    Yes, something like it...
    <head>
    <base target="_blank">
    <link title="global css" href="style.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet>
     
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    you need to define the colors for the LINKS.

    A {
    color : #ffffff;
    }
     
  5. John

    John Guest

    aim me at lessthanjakejohn and I'll help you out
     
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    any ideas anyone?
     

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