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Browser Issues with Flickr Widget CSS

  1. Hi - I'm a little stuck on a minor problem and I'm hoping someone here can enlighten me.

    I've added some CSS to modify the appearance of the background and the text of the Flickr widget in the sidebar of this site:
    http://recoder.wordpress.com/

    The text 'More Photos' successfully appears in white (as intended) in Safari, but in a different and undesirable colour in Firefox and Opera. What am I doing wrong?

    This is the code I added:

    #flickr_badge_wrapper {
    background-color:#383838;
    border:solid 1px #000000;
    }

    #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:visited {
    text-decoration:none !important;
    background:inherit !important;
    color:#ffffff;
    }

    Help much appreciated.

  2. try add something like this:
    font-color: white;
    and see what happens.

  3. actually - it's a link, and turns white when clicked...

  4. Thanks boblets, I hadn't realised it changes colour once clicked. That reduces my confusion somewhat.

    However, the "font-color: white;" addition made no difference to the original colour of the text. Is there anyone else who has had the pleasures of fiddling with the Flickr widget CSS with any ideas?

    Cheers.

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