I have some links inside of a table. Two TD cells in this table have their own css class. When:
IE6 ignores the text-decoration css for cellTwo. There's not a single other difference between these
two cells, and even if I try apply style="text-decoration: none;" to the a href element itself, IE
ignores it. However, any other css in cellTwo is observed - so IE isn't ignoring the class, it's
ignoring the text-decoration. There is no other definition of the cellTwo class, so nothing is
overriding it. cellOne works fine.
The only other place the text-decoration is defined is the general css for all links, but it doesn't
affect cellOne at all. Any ideas?
IE7 works fine.
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