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  1. #11
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    Heh... I don't know how that list-style got there... I removed it anyway.
    Yes I'm surprised about this too, and also because on my previous design of xtdesign, I used a :hover state that changed the borders too.
    Seems like some nasty IE's bug.

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  3. #12
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    Confirmed: double pseudo-classes work in Opera (maybe in FF too, but I haven't tested it)
    When I removed the double pseudo-class (#nav a.navlinks:hover:visited) it did stopped to hover in Opera once it was visited.
    No fix for the IE issue yet anyway...

  4. #13
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    Evolt has had an article on double pseudo classes for a while. Surprised nobody's mentioned it. Gives a compatibility chart.

  5. #14
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    Interesting read, I learned a few things there.
    But I finally got to fix this issue:
    I took out the
    Code:
    #nav a.navlinks:hover{
    border-color:#000000 #000000 #FFFFFF #FFFFFF;
    }
    from the main stylesheet, and created a new one called "hover.css" that loaded after all other stylesheets.
    Thanks


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