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May. 13th, 2010 01:21 pm
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ironically, having decided to pay for someone to do my own website, I am currently updating the department one here. using a template made in dreamweaver and then working mostly in the horrid Microsoft Web Expressions - cos it is what they do.
Anyway I have a very specific question. I have a very tiny style sheet for the whole thing mostly to standardise how links display, but for some reason, the pages have stopped using the a:hover information in it. The code is correct - identical to all the other bits of link code, which are working... a:visited a:link and a:active are all fine...
Anything really obvious I should check for?
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