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    conversion from html to css... please help !

    dear experts, i have a blog not really up yet : www.molly-mutt.blogspot.com..

    if u are aware, there is this comment link which i cannot really work on.. it shows an unclickable link.. I have adopted the comment script from other webpages of mine, but cannot work also, because it will link to the comments on that webpage..

    I would want to create a comment link which links to .. you know.. comment pop-up windows, so that my readers can comment on my posts on the blog of mine...

    here, i wish to ask help from fellow experts on the css style comment scripts to be included into my blog.. and please, if u guys are kind enough to browse through the source codes, and tell me where to include the script ?

    thank you very very much !

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    Popup

    Can't see the link for the comment popup. I think your script is missing quotes so could be creating errors...

    Change class=comments to class="comments"
    Tim Denton

    Graphic Designer for web, multimedia and interactive in Cardiff, Wales, UK.

    http://www.timdenton.co.uk

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    Nice dog though!
    Tim Denton

    Graphic Designer for web, multimedia and interactive in Cardiff, Wales, UK.

    http://www.timdenton.co.uk

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    Thanks ! i have changed added the double quote.. but it seems to be of no avail. Hmm.. any other ideas ?

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    It's still showing without quotes when you view the source on both class=comments and class=permalink. My HTML editor seems only to regognise the links when the quotes are put in, otherwise the browsers don't seem to show them.
    Tim Denton

    Graphic Designer for web, multimedia and interactive in Cardiff, Wales, UK.

    http://www.timdenton.co.uk

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    oh i see... well then.. i guess i have to give up modifying the script then ...

    do you have any suggestions on a commonly used script for the comments ? CSS ?

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