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RE: CSS Questions

From: SHARPE, Ian <Ian.SHARPE@cambridge.sema.slb.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 12:28:13 -0000
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Hi Joh, 

That is my current solution but I now think bold text is a link! In fact now
I think about it, I could add text-decoration to the bold or anchor tags as
well to distinguish between the two! Use an underline with my links for
example. Didn't think of that yesterday!! Cheers Jon.

Still be interested in browsers supporting CSS2 though as the :before and
:after pseudo-classes also look useful. For example, could prefix Headings
with an asterisk or something to help screen readers?


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From: Jon Hanna [mailto:jon@spinsol.com]
Sent: 05 February 2002 12:19
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Subject: RE: CSS Questions

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> 2. I have created a stylesheet which resolves many of my problems
> but with some side effects. I have configured my links to be blue
> as usual  but if the
> anchor contain <b> tags my default white font is used.

Try this:

a b {
	color: #0000FF;

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