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Firefox 2.0 and text color problems


jacinthepirate
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I've been having some css issues since upgrading to firefox 2.0. I can't figure out if it is a firefox problem, something off about my code, or a little bit of both. The css works just fine in safari, I don't know about ie because it's not offered for OSX.The problem I'm having is with firefox not recognizing the css for text and link colors. It also seems to be ignoring borders as well.And I just tried to include the code in question but the post got cut off. The site is located here and the problem is occuring in the css under #content and a:link a:hover a:active and a:visitedThe text should be orange and the links should be blue.

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Change the ID #fineprint into a Class ( .fineprint ) . Only one span can use the ID, but the class can be used several times. Tha tmight be enough to confuse the css.And the links are blue, to me.

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I think you have some strange (non-printable) characters in there that the browser is having a hard time dealing with. For example, when I try to view your page's source in Firefox, select all, copy, and then paste it into a notepad document, it stops after the first color attribute (in the #content declaration).Also, I get these errors in the javascript console:Error: Expected end of value for property but found ''. Error in parsing value for property 'color'. Declaration dropped.Source File: http://appledore.jacinthe-pirate.com/Line: 16Did you, by chance, copy the color codes from some image editing program and then paste them into your source? In any case, try deleting the color codes and type in the code manually to overwrite the strange (invisible) characters.

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