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I'm creating a page where I'd like to have four words -- each in a different color -- on the same page and then use those variously colored words as links to other pages. The problem seems to be that Contribute3 and 4 want all words that are used as links on the same page to be one color. Is there a way to have words of more than one color, use those words as links, and keep all of the words on the same page? After someone clicks on the word/link, I'd also like the word to remain the ...

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    Default Different Colors for Text Links on Same Page

    I'm creating a page where I'd like to have four words -- each in a different
    color -- on the same page and then use those variously colored words as links
    to other pages. The problem seems to be that Contribute3 and 4 want all words
    that are used as links on the same page to be one color. Is there a way to have
    words of more than one color, use those words as links, and keep all of the
    words on the same page?

    After someone clicks on the word/link, I'd also like the word to remain the
    same color as before it was clicked on.

    f/8 Guest

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    Default Re: Different Colors for Text Links on Same Page

    There are two ways to do this.

    1. you create a modern day css-file with the classes for the links you want
    colored, which is preferred in XHTML-environments.
    a. go to Edit, Administer websites, choose your website
    b. Users and roles is selected, pick you role (administrator I presume) and
    choose Edit Role-settings
    c. pick Styles and Fonts
    d. form the drop-down list behind Style-support, choose Doent level css
    e. pick: Show only CSS styles included in this CSS file (pick the file you
    created)
    f. use the classes in editing mode for your secific links
    g. done

    2. you change the role-settings and do it the old-fashioned way make it
    possible to use font-tags and use HTML for the source code
    a. go to Edit, Administer websites, choose your website
    b. Users and roles is selected, pick you role (administrator I presume) and
    choose Edit Role-settings
    c. pick Styles and Fonts
    d. form the drop-down list behind Style-support, choose HTML tags (<font
    etc....
    e. done

    Have fun editing
    Hayo


    ThinkInk Guest

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