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tom742617000027

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  1. Okey, got it. I wanted this so bad, because I am a graphic designer, not a websitebuilder and I really wanted this trick to happen. i didn't know it just can't be done. Sorry for wasting your time and thanks for the many possible solutions. i will change my design.
  2. Is there another way to create a pop-up without Java? I do need to be able to set with and heigth and preferably position too.
  3. Unfortunately, that doesn't work. The refresh meta tag doesn't work either. Well, I really don't know what to do anymore. Noone knows a solution, no mather what forum I try. Is it so that there is not a single way to establish this?
  4. Yes, I was aware of all that and thanks for the help. But is there no way to auto-erase the cache? Just your own site, so it will seem like it was not visited before?
  5. Well, too bad not everybody uses Firefox. Why is there an Internet Explorer anyway..sigh..
  6. Is there a way to get around the pop-up blocker in IE? All I want is a new window to open with an absolute size when there's a link clicked in my website, but I can't gt around the pop-up blocker. I think that will make my website far less user-friendly and not accesable for IE users. Can someone help me out?
  7. a:link{text-decoration:none; color: #000000}a:visited{text-decoration:line-through; color:#000000}a:hover{text-decoration:none; background:#cccccc; color#000000}a:active{text-decoration:line-through; background:#cccccc; color:#000000}This is my CSS for the links in my website. There will appear a grey background on mouseover and a strikethrough when the links is clicked and has been clicked. Unfortunately this strikethrough effect remains forever. Even when the visitor shut down his/her browser and visties my website again. How is this possible and can there be something done about this? I rea
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