On Feb 24, 12:49 pm, Michael Gordon <mgord...@cableone.net> wrote:
Boppy replied On 2/22/2009 10:01 PM
Hi guys, I've got my html sig looking right in Dreamweaver but the
blue underlining of links comes back in Seamonkey 1.1.7.
I've put the css file in my profile/chrome folder but this has no
effect on the sig look.
What do I need to do to get the sig looking in Seamonkey the way it
does in Dreamweaver?
Thanks in advance,
Sorry Jo, but I just gotta write this, dump Dreamweaver.
You have all the tools you need right at your fingertips, SeaMonkey
Kill the old sig html file and create a new one using Composer, save it
in the same place as the old one with the same name. SeaMonkey will
insert the correct CSS attributes inline with your text links.
Hi Michael, thanks for replying. The funny thing is I have always used
Composer for my sig file but since I now have to use Dreamweaver for
websites it was easier to open and edit it there. Now that I know that
css styles mean I can have links without blue text and underlining I
want my sig to look stylish.
So what's the trick in Composer to get a link to look like I want it?
As soon as I type a link, it goes blue with an underline.
Jo, do you really "have to use Dreamweaver for websites" or could you
also use Composer for your websites??
Seems silly to use what some would call an inferior product just because..
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