Marah Marie (marahmarie) wrote in s2expressive,
Marah Marie
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[SOLVED] How to get comment link hover colors the same?

Problem solved but not by any normal means. LJ's CSS parser is slightly whacked - gossymer has been having some problems with it, too. So I did exactly what she's been doing lately - I uploaded the style sheet to my own web space. Now I can alter the CSS however I like and it can't stop me. If I'd just done that in the first place it would be 7:30 right about now instead of after 11 at night. Grrrr.

[solved]

Using an s2 Expressive Mixit style sheet by grrliz

LJ won't let me add or modify CSS I'm trying to use on the comment links hover. When I try to upload the CSS with those codes it times out - LJ's way of telling me 'to go fly a kite', I suppose? I've worked on fixing this on and off for hours. I don't have a clue why I'm having such a hard time...

These are the codes I can't add or change:

#comments a:hover, .comment-odd .comment-links a:hover, .comment-odd .commenter-name a:hover {color: #eec506 !important;} - and many more variations on those - I'm also forgetting other codes I tried that worked; every alteration I try works in Web Dev Toolbar but when I try to upload it to LJ the parser won't let me.

Also, I can't find one single "global comment class" (?) to change the hover color on every link in the comments - without having to modify each individual link's hover color.

I just want every link - on hover only - in every comment to display in just one color - color #eec506. How do I do that when LJ is refusing to accept my changes to any of the codes I try adding or modifying?

BTW, I can make other changes to the comment CSS tonight with no problems - so it's not that the CSS parser is on the fritz - I'm sure of it wait, no I'm not.

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