1) One of the two text links does not make the cursor change to the "pointing hand" when you mouse over it (it remains an I-beam thingy-whatever-you-call-it).
2) Clicking any of the links does not turn them red. However, after being taken to the page that the link points to and then hitting the "back" button, mousing over that link then turns it red and it remains red after removing the cursor.
Originally posted by myrrh 1) The image and its text link do not go red for hover or active.
They do for me, but then I was using a good browser. In IE the border of the image does not change colour so I wrote some more styles for that.
Originally posted by myrrh 2) The other text link goes red for hover and takes me to its proper destination, but when I return via the back button, the text link is still red.
That's because the focus is still on that link and the styles tell a:focus to be red. I have taken that off in the new styles but now it becomes a bit of an accessibility issue.
If someone was tabbing through your links they would not know where they were up to because a link with focus would just look the same as a normal link.
Originally posted by myrrh Also, is there a way to take the embedded style and put it in the external CSS document?
It's called copy and paste.
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