[Wolves] URL Link colour

Mo Awkati mawkati at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jun 15 14:11:12 UTC 2011

>I don't understand quite well the problem, but, isn't there a single html tag to control that? I mean, isn't there an attribute to control the mouse actions on the <href> tag?

Yes of course there is, but it is across a number of pages, I don't want to start doing every tag !

I still think it is a script, because the declaration in the stylesheet are ineffective, something is over-riding the stylesheet. 

I 'll rummage in the scripts a bit later and see if I can identify the issue.



2011/6/15 Mo Awkati <mawkati at yahoo.co.uk>

>] URL Link colour
>> Hi Folk
>> I am having a problem with a website I am working on. The problem is
>> whenever
>> I fire the click event on a link it turns red, if I hold the mouse button
>> down, it remains
>> red. It is very annoying. My client is also experiencing it an not happy
>> about it.
>> I made sure the stylesheet resets everything including a:link and still no
>> joy.
>> Is it a browser issue rather than a coding one?
>did you set the a:visited style? Have a look at
>hi Constantin,
>I have, beginning to think it must one of the jQuery scripts I am using. I will will have to scrutinise :(
>But thanks though
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