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Disable "Visited" in IE

Thread began 6/27/2011 1:58 pm by Mike Perry | Last modified 6/29/2011 11:22 am by Mike Perry | 1290 views | 4 replies

Mike Perry

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  you dont have any visited attributes applied in the style, since you do not supply any visited attributes for he menu items, the active class is applied which over rides the hover class.

since the visited attributes are not set, the hover attribute cannot be applied t the menu items in IE due to css specificity.  

So I should set the "visited" style to match the "link" style, then when the mouse hovers it will change to the hover style??

It DOES go bold, which is one of the hover attributes though. I'll add the "visited" style and see what happens. . .

ETA: Added a "visited" style -- same color as link. The visited links go BOLD on a hover, but stay the color of the visited style -- no white. . .

Very strange

ETA2: The "active" class is set to #ffffff as well.

ETA3: Solved -- had to manually add the "ul#cssmw li a:hover" declaration after the "ul#cssmw li a:visited" declaration.

Working now -- thanks, Jason. . .

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