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  1. #1

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    Mar 17, 2007
    Unhappy menu css problem with dreamweaver
    hello! I am at the pathetic first attempt to make a web site and I got stuck at what has probably a very simple answer

    I want the text in the page to have a different link colour than the text in the menu
    I set the page properties
    and I put class=menu in the code of what I want to be the menu, to follow menu properties that I have set

    it doesn't work

    what can I do?
    ((I am working with layers, not tables))
    thank you for any suggestion

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    Welcome to Mac-Forums, golfgirl! Hope you stick around!

    Maybe the info here could help, CSS trick: Same link text - different colours and Text Rollovers: What's Good and What is Just Plain Bad.

    This is the grandaddy of all the useful CSS stuff, Cascading Style Sheets, level 1.

    More yummy links would be:

    css Zen GArden

    CSS Tutorial (you can try out your code there)

    Reference - Stylesheets Guide

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    West London, England
    Mac Pro: 2.66ghz Dual-Core Intel Xeon, 4gb Ram, ATi X1900 XT 512MB, 1TB HDD, 19" LCD
    some useful links and info on css can be found here:

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