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  1. Hmmm. Well I guess what you said about decalaring my document type is what I need to do, cause the text isn't dark grey, its white... or atleast it is for my viewing. Ok, well I will take care of that. Ty Jonas.And again thanks to F-Man, maybe I can get all this taken care of hehe.
  2. First of all thanks! It worked. But I have some bad news too. I did what you said and I got rid of the background color, but thats it.Take a look and see what happens:http://www.freespaces.com/finalfantasy/index1.htmlSee that space it makes between the links on the content area? Well, I need to fix that. I know what part of my CSS script is doing it. Its this:{float:left;width:14em;font-size: 13;font-family: Verdana;background-color:#222222;padding:0.2em 0.7em;}It has that section that was "width: 14em;" But if I change that it changes the amount of the background around the link that changes
  3. Well, thanks for the help. But I'm still not getting anything. I've set up the CSS with two hover defines, making on the them the class defined that you made. I tried everything you said to do but it stays the same. The background bar stays over the link. Well...
  4. Ok. It didn't work. I'll save you some work. Here is the code for my CSS:<style type="text/css">ul{float:left;width:0%;padding:0;margin:0;list-style-type:none;}a{float:left;width:14em;font-size: 13;font-family: Verdana;background-color:#222222;padding:0.2em 0.7em;}a:hover {background-color:#5f5f5f; color: #000000;font-family: Verdana;}#nav a:hover {background-color:#5f5f5f; color: #000000;font-family: Verdana;}li {display:inline}}body, p, td {color: #FFFFFF;font-family: Verdana;font-size: 10px;}a:link {color: #FFFFFF;font-family: Verdana;font-size: 12px;}a:visited{color: #FFFFFF;font-fam
  5. Ahh. Thank you so much. Hope it works.
  6. Hi everyone, I'm new here.Anyways, I've been doing HTML for a while, but I'm still learning CSS and a few other things. I found this really cool setup for the CSS that lets me change the background color thats behind the link to a diffrent color when the mouse hovers over. But since I have to change the a: hover setup it makes all the links on the page have the bg color change. I only want it for the navigation. I think I can set this up with classes can't I? If I can how do I do it? And if not how can I make 2 seperate diffrent types of links. Here is a link to the page...its still just skin
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