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Re: Style sheet problem

From: Ian Samson <IDSamson@beauty.hsrc.ac.za>
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 06:48:23 +0200
Message-Id: <199812070455.GAA65718@ludwig.HSRC.ac.za>
To: Sunny Hundal <ec95ssh2@brunel.ac.uk>, www-style@w3.org
Another way is to specify each of the Anchor types according to different 
stylesheet parameters. We have successfully managed this on our site 
for browsers of the 4th generation and later. 3rd Generation browsers 
battle and 2nd generation browsers don't cope at all. Consequently you 
will have to specify for which browser version you are wanting to do this.

Have a look at our site http://www.hsrc.ac.za/index.html and view the 
source code. Works perfectly well in most recent generation Windows 
browsers. I cannot talk for Mac browsers.

On 1 Dec 98, at 20:03, Sunny Hundal <ec95ssh2@brunel.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi ppl,
> I've got a problem for a new site I'm working on. 
> I've got links on the left hand side, and some of them are header links so
> I want them bold, while keeping all other links as normal. But if I don't
> specify bold in the a:link category then the link doesn't come up as bold
> even if I put in the <B> tag before the <A HREF> tag.
> Can anyone show me how I can resolve this problem ?
> Sunny
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