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June 9, 2012 at 2:20 pm #38447
I am trying to change the colour of a link to be white and feel like hitting head against a wall.. http://www.leaner-life.co.uk/4in1proteintest.htm – This is just a test page for the time being, but you will see that their are 4 cells in a table that are black. I wanted to change the writing to white (except the part Quick Goals, which is blue – So you see I have done it on all the other ext except the links – However I do it they just will not change …. Any ideas… ??? Am I just missing something so simple…
have done things like a style color:white, have done font color=white.. as mentioned all other text changes except the linksJune 9, 2012 at 2:54 pm #104156Paulie_DMember
Why are you using a table instead of divs or something else?
You also have the text wrapped in a b tag which is probably overriding everything else.
If you must use a table then give it an id and address it in your css sheet rather than using inline styling.June 9, 2012 at 3:27 pm #104157
Thanks for the response Paulie_D
TBH I am newish to website building and learning as I go along so what I put in is basically what I know…
I will try taking the B tag off and see what happens…
I will also look at your suggesions as well… All much appreciated…
PaulJune 9, 2012 at 4:49 pm #104160
Hi there… took the b tag out and it worked fine… thanks for that… I would never have got that one…
PaulJune 10, 2012 at 3:34 am #104171Paulie_DMember
Glad that worked for you.
As you are new to this, here’s something I said in another thread.
“To be honest, you’re better off starting with a good reset/normalise css file and, perhaps a grid system.
There are a lot of options out there. HTML boilerplate will have a lot of what you need and I highly recommend the 960 grid system (from 960.gs) although the others have their own preference for grid systems.
If you’re not familiar with a grid system or perhaps some of the basics I also recommend checking out a couple of video series from net-tuts.
The first is quite basic but has some useful stuff that we often overlook while the second has a useful section on the 960 grid system.”June 14, 2012 at 4:41 pm #104381
Excellent – appreciate that… Something to take a look at.
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