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Table BGCOLOR vs LINK Color

Posted on 1997-03-03
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You can change the background color of a table cell:
<TD BGCOLOR="White"></TD> Why can't you change the color

and you can change the color of the text:
<FONT COLOR="RED">

But you can't change the color of the link for a table cell!!

This is what I WANT to work:

<TD BGCOLOR="BLACK" TEXT="WHITE" LINK="ORANGE" VLINK="GREY" ALINK="RED">
text should be white on black field<BR>
<A HREF="index.html">Should be ORANGE</A>
</TD>

Can this be done? (Without any JAVA tragedies)
tomas@piedmontpress.com
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Add the following before your table HTML code:

<BODY bgcolor = "#000000" text = "#ffffff" link = "#ff8000" alink = "#ff0000" vlink = "#c0c0c0" >

erase your <TD BGCOLOR="Black" .... "Red">

I have made the color code according to your desire.
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