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View Full Version : Editing/Changing Links and Text with a CSS stylesheet



Mike Collins
06-01-2007, 07:28 AM
Hi

I wish to use a CSS style-sheet file to change links and text in the "navigation bar" on my 20+ page website.

The problem I am having is that this "navigation bar" is on all the pages of my 20 + page website. Whenever I want to add a new link into the "navigation bar" or change an existing link I have to manually edit all 20 pages. I know how to use CSS to change the format or my "navigation bar" (say add effects when people click on the links or change the background colors of the table colums). But I would like to use my CSS style-sheet page to change the links and the text in the various columns of my "navigation bar" so I can save myself from having to manualy edit all 20 html pages when I want to add or modify an existing link or text.

If you know how to do this please explain! I thought that kind of thing is what CSS was created for :confused: , please help! Any and all asistance would be much aprreciated.

Thank You

BonRouge
06-01-2007, 07:45 AM
This isn't a CSS thing (CSS is about style - not content), it's server-side... http://bonrouge.com/~faq#includes



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