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There might be a CSS file that's over-riding the link colours you're specifying. I'd focus on the CSS approach to applying style to your site and use a single linked stylesheet. That's far easier to manage than applying styles to individual pages. For the CSS way of controlling link colours, use hyperlink pseudo-classes - see http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_pseudo_classes.asp for an explanation.
I'm having the same program. And I keep being told it's a CSS problem, but I don't know how to fix it!
Can you send a link to your page? Are you using CSS?
Please note the first three pages on my site www.essentialtheatre.com.
The links appear different on the second page in IE7 and Firefox. I see the color change with highlighting on the second and third pages in the navigation bar, but not the first page.
How do I edit the CSS file with C4?