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    If i choose to open a browser window from a link using the behaviours menu it works fine until i unpload it. Once i upoaded it and clicked on the the link nothing happened. I put a # in the link box to make the CSS style apply to the link.

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    What are you trying to do? Give a link a style?

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    What does the link's code look like? The <a href, I mean.

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    <a href="#"><img src="../Pictures/al_apartamentos%20---%20small.jpg" width="141" height="119" border="0" onClick="MM_openBrWindow('../Pictures/al_apartamentos.jpg','','width=600,height=390')">

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    First of all, try moving the `onClick' to the <a href tag. Second of all, look around on the page. Are there any places where you see `function MM_openBrWindow'? If not, look for:
    [code]<script src="****"></script>[code]
    where **** can be anything. Or something similar to that. It will most likely be in the head portion of the page.

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    I think it's because your having two things at once, a hyperlink and then also an onClick event.

    Also (unrelated) you might want to have a look at file naming standards, ie. folders lower case, filenames with no spaces

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stylise
    I think it's because your having two things at once, a hyperlink and then also an onClick event.
    How would i get the CSS link style to work if i don't put anything in the hyperlink box ???

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    Do what Shadowfiend said, move the OnClick to the link, ie <a href="#" OnClick=...>


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