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RE: Link colour problem with URL's

From: Matthew Leake <matt@emax.com.au>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 11:26:23 +1100
To: <www-style@w3c.org>
Message-ID: <NDBBKHKOCDOFACJAMAGNGEPECKAA.matt@emax.com.au>
No, that is helpful mate, thanks.

I have obviously done something wrong, but I am having trouble finding it.
I'll let you guys know if I find the problem/solution.

Kind regards,

Matt Leake - Supervisor,
Client-Side Development
eMAX Digital Entertainment
http://www.emax.com.au
Phone: 61 2 9310 4422

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-----Original Message-----
From: MDeFeoJr@aol.com [mailto:MDeFeoJr@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 28 November 2000 11:20 AM
To: matt@emax.com.au; www-style@w3c.org
Subject: Re: Link colour problem with URL's


Hey Matt,

Not sure what to say except that setting the class for a URI works without
the http for me. For me the class works for both relative and absolute
hrefs.
Could be the browser or ur code...

not much help I know but just letting u know I sometimes do have success

peace
Michael

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>>Matt wrote

Hello,

I have noticed that when using a class to set colour and text-decoration for
a link, that it doesn't recognise the link color if the link within the <a
href> tag doesn't start with http://

Does' anyone know a way around this?

Kind regards,

Matt Leake - Supervisor,
Client-Side Development
eMAX Digital Entertainment
http://www.emax.com.au
Phone: 61 2 9310 4422
Received on Monday, 27 November 2000 19:21:59 GMT

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