Fwd: Problem with multiple links all changing color at once
--- Begin Message ---I've never had this problem, myself, but I'm wondering if there's any
way you can put the links in a frame? I've done this on my online docs
so that the TOC is always there for easy navigation. You have to ref
the named frame, but they all work discretely.
Can you send me the offending HTML and let me see if I or anyone of the
other folks here can spot the problem???
David Downing wrote:
> In a message dated 98-12-29 20:28:41 EST, you write:
> << Let's say Page One has fix or six links going to different bookmarks on
> Page Two. If I click the first link, thus going to the first bookmark on
> Page Two, then return, I find that *all* the links on Page One have
> changed to the "visited link" color, rather than just the first link.
> This apparently is because the links refer to the same page, albeit to
> different bookmarks on that page, and the page has been visited. Or so
> the browser interprets it.
> This sounds like one of those nasty limitations of HTML. The only thing I
> think of is to break up the targets of the links into multiple pages, so
> won't happen.
> From ??? -at- ??? Sun Jan 00 00:00:00 0000==
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