Msg#: 4383724 posted 11:31 pm on Nov 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
Hi JackR - welcome to css, and thanks for telling us you have a solution. As a note for later readers, the reason adding an :visited rule worked is because :link is specific to links that have not been visited.
In the original code once a link had been visited neither #menu2 p a:link or #menu2 a:link applied to set color: #00AEFF;. That left #menu2 a which set color: #FFFFFF;, so it was necessary to override that by setting :visited to color: #00AEFF;
Msg#: 4383724 posted 12:22 pm on Nov 7, 2011 (gmt 0)
Hi zabalex, and welcome back - it's been a while! Just a couple points in your post: You don't have to qualify the <p> by "calling" the parent: It might be necessary if the HTML is heavily classed - but hopefully the code is "clean" enough that's not required ;) a.p looks like a typo because it selects an <a>. with the class name "p". I think what you meant was #m2spacer p a