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This will let you reset all of your links (hyperlink, visited link, active link) to whatever color(s) you want.
Also, if you don't do this already, you ought double check your code to make sure you don't have extra font tags or link colors in there. (You can do it in Frontpage by clicking the "HTML" tab at the bottom of the screen)
Do you usually edit in "normal" mode, as opposed to HTML view? Sometimes when you highlight things to cut and paste them - the HTML gets truncated and you end up pasting dud HTML sorta thing.
If you go to view > reveal tags, can you see any broken <a> tags? Also, there may be some dud HTML generated by FP, you never know....check out the source code and see whats up.
I especially like Doctor HTML [www2.imagiware.com]. It's picky and finds every little thing ... even things I wouldn't bother to 'fix.' One of my coworkers is notorious for open-tags-without-close-tags ... Doctor HTML finds them all for me so I don't have to go hunting.
So, Tarquin - is your name a Python reference?
Important Note: The a:hover must be placed after the a:link and a:visited Rules, since otherwise the cascading Rules will hide the color property of the a:hover Rule. Similarly, because a:active is placed after a:hover, the active color will apply when the user both activates and hovers over the a: element. For these four CSS Link Rules to work as intended, they must be in this order within your style sheet: