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    Dreamweaver CS4 CSS issue
    Since Adobe killed GoLive I'm learning Dreamweaver these days and I'm working on a site for our ice hockey program.

    RamseyHockey.com

    My problem is that I want to make the top links behave one way and I would like to have the links on the left behave another. But unfortunately I can't get them to work independently of one another. I've tried making separate external style sheets but no luck. If I apply a style sheet to one it effects both. I have the Dreamweaver CS4 Bible and I can't seem to get clear direction on how to correct what ever I'm doing wrong. Right now the site is in a holding pattern until I can get this worked out.

    If anyone can give me some direction or better insight that would be very helpful.

    thx

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    Im not sure why the external style sheets are working because thats all you need. I'm assuming the links at the top are in a separate Div than the ones on the side? If so, just link each Div to the corresponding style sheet.

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