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    Been testing my site on a Mac to ensure that everything loads OK. Since incorperating CSS into my site I noticed that unvisited links come up in blue. This goes against what is listed in the CSS file and what comes up on the Mac. The Mac displays the links correctly as being red (#ff0000). An example is http://www.kisstroyer.com/html/links.shtml.

    Anyone able to tell me what is going on here?

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    In you <link> tag you have a refrence to something at /html.. this may or may not be the serving root. I suggest for 404 pages you use http://myserver.com/styles.css kind of slinks because the 404 page could be served out of any directory
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    fixed the link ;-)

    but what about the css file not being read by IE?

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    Yeah I saw that, but my css file is already set up in the suggested format.

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    Worked it out!

    Moved the a references in the css file to the end and it all works now! Yay!

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    Kewlness! Kinda odd that you had to do that, but then again, that's CSS for ya.
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