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Problems with Mr Site Website Builder
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sibilla77




msg:4090717
 2:43 pm on Mar 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi there,
I have been having problems with a site a bit through Mr Site . Half of the links on each page come out gray instead of blue, and I don't know what to do . Their support line sucks and I cannot make it come right.
So I have decided to change domain host but don't know what to do.
Please help!

 

londrum




msg:4090729
 3:00 pm on Mar 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

it wouldn't be anything to do with your host, so i wouldn't go down that route. its probably just the colours that are set up in the CSS.

bit difficult to tell you what to change though. they might be coloured like that because they're in a particular <div>, but most likely its because you've got different colours set up for each of the four link states.

try clicking on a blue link and then revisiting the page again. if the link has now changed to grey, then you need to change the colour for the 'visited' link state to blue.

sibilla77




msg:4090879
 6:41 pm on Mar 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

I understand what you are saying but
Unfortunately I can't change the colors back because they have the CSS files not me. And when I asked them to do something they told me to reinstall the main template and I can't even find it. If I could find it I would be scared that that move might destroy my work.
On top of that now every time I want to go to another page inside my site I get a pop up window that says remove I click OK and the next page appears.
Any ideas?

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