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"mr19th" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I started this site with a basic set up for a text link bar when I started.
> colors change when rolled over, visited, ..., but all of my text links do
> exactly the same colors. How can I change the colors for text links in a
> different page without changing the ones in the other pages? I am using
> DreamWeaver 8.0 and all of the page files are saved .asp. I have tried
> going to
> the CSS styles and selected current and not all. I then changed the
> for the links in that and made sure that they were all changed the way
> that I
> wanted them. I made sure that I changed the properties for a:visited,
> a:hover, and a:active, but the set up that I started with in the other
> page is
> still what appears. Can anyone fill me in on what I need to do to control
> text links by page and not for the full site?
> I have gotten so frustrated about this that I have started making 2 small
> .gifs images of each link and change the color of one of them as a
> That's how frustrated I've gotten. Look for yourself.
> Each of the word links, except for the bottom menu, are two different
> They're the same, but in the second I changed the color of the word. Just
> about how many extra image files that I have because of this. On this
> page, you
> can see the titles of the products are links, but I can get no color
> with them. The only color change I can get with them is the exact same way
> the bottom links.
> Last, I have tried downloading a set up that a man made for DreamWeaver
> (MX211864_TextLinkRollover.mxp) to control the colors, but whenever I use
> and set the colors how I would like them, the response that I get reads:
> Making this change would require changing code that is locked by a
> template or
> a translator. The change will be discarded.
> So that was no luck.
> Please help me if you have the time and can.