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I want to modify just a section of my pages links (ie: color)  I want some to be red and some to be blue.  I know I need to use the <style> tag but I'm stumped on syntax.  Thanks.
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<A STYLE="color:red">Red</A>
<A STYLE="color:blue">Blue</A>

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<style>
a {color:blue}
</style>

<style>
a {color:red}
</style>

I however am in the habit of controling the color of my links with the <font> tag.

<a href=""><font color="red">Link</font></a>

<a href=""><font color="blue">Link</font></a>
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by:Firelord17
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Thanks all.
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by:RFord
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Glad I could help
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