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Whenever my link references my index.html, it ignores any text-decoration settings and turns purple

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Hello,

I have a link in a file called ridiculousstudios.html, and the link references index.html, another file in my website. However, whenever that link references index.html, it turns purple, even if my css for the link sets all text-decoration to none. If I change the link to reference something else, it will turn the appropriate color.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Purple denotes a visited link from your browser's history folder.  Clear your browser's history and it reverts to the non-visited link color.  Or try using a different browser.

 

a = all links

a:link = non-visited

a:visited  = visisted links

a:hover =  on mouseover

a:active = on click/tap

a:focus = when reached by keyboard tab key

 

 

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Whenever my link references my index.html, it ignores any text-decoration settings and turns purple

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Hello,

I have a link in a file called ridiculousstudios.html, and the link references index.html, another file in my website. However, whenever that link references index.html, it turns purple, even if my css for the link sets all text-decoration to none. If I change the link to reference something else, it will turn the appropriate color.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Purple denotes a visited link from your browser's history folder.  Clear your browser's history and it reverts to the non-visited link color.  Or try using a different browser.

 

a = all links

a:link = non-visited

a:visited  = visisted links

a:hover =  on mouseover

a:active = on click/tap

a:focus = when reached by keyboard tab key

 

 

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Purple denotes a visited link from your browser's history folder.  Clear your browser's history and it reverts to the non-visited link color.  Or try using a different browser.

 

a = all links

a:link = non-visited

a:visited  = visisted links

a:hover =  on mouseover

a:active = on click/tap

a:focus = when reached by keyboard tab key

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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