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change link color on one page only

  1. I would like to change the link color of one page to #115ffc

    http://amigordontutoring.wordpress.com/wp-admin/customize.php#css

    I tried putting this in the CSS stylesheet and it didn't work
    a:link{color: #115ffc; text-decoration: none;}

    Thanks

    The blog I need help with is amigordontutoring.wordpress.com.

  2. Which page?

  3. I figured it out!!

    I have another question:

    how do I keep spaces in between my paragraphs?
    I used the   and it deletes it every time I add a new link

    http://amigordontutoring.wordpress.com/online-resources/

    I want spaces to separate every new class of resources. This is not the only page that this is happening on. I have to add the   function every time I make any updates which gets cumbersome.

    Thanks for the help!!

  4.  

  5. weird. when I type in the function it disappears.

    this one {{{   }}}}

  6. & n b s p ;

  7. a) Well, you didn't figure it out well! When you have the Custom Design upgrade it's absurd to add inline CSS to change the color of all the links on a page. You should remove all the span tags from the Text editor and add this in the CSS editor:

    .page-id-104 .entry-content a {
        color: #115FFC !important;
    }

    By the way, if you didn't have the upgrade, you shouldn't do this:
    <span style="color:#0000ff;"><a href="URL HERE"><span style="color:#0000ff;">TEXT HERE</span></a>
    You would do this:
    <a style="color:#0000ff;" href="URL HERE">TEXT HERE</a>

    2. The nbsp is used to create a space that doesn't allow a line break, not to create blank lines. To increase the space above and/or below a paragraph, you increase the default margin or padding of that paragraph. See this post of mine:
    http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2009/06/10/formatting-text-pt-1/

  8. Thank you so much!!!

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