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    Visited Links

    We have just uploaded our first web page for my company, and of course, our marketing department would like some things displayed in specific colors. For the most part this is a no-brainer, except for the color of new and visited links. I thought this was only a function of the browser, but if anyone knows how to control this from within the html code, please let me know.

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    Warren

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    Re: Visited Links

    In the BODY tag, you can specify color attributes for Active Link (ALINK), Visited Link (VLINK), and standard Link (LINK). Here's an example:<pre><body text="#000000" link="#0000ff" vlink="#5a5a5a" alink="#ff0000"></pre>


    You can also use a CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) attribute, but the way I described above is most simple and will work fine in this case.

    HTH

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    Re: Visited Links

    Exactly what I needed

    Thanks Mark

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