Hi everyone, I hope somebody can give me other help than "it's impossible, you can't do that in html" I have a site with a template that is built on a table with one editable region. The table (containing a menu and some logos) is blue and fonts are white, and the editable region is white with - guess - blue fonts. I am supposed to use these two colours because they are elements of corporate visual identification system. I am also supposed not to use more colours, as there are colourful logos on the template already and it must not be too colourful, with different font colours etc. So I chose the fonts in the template to be white, with visited links and active links to be white too. They are visible because they are underlined. I discovered that in the editable region the links also appear in white, ona white background (cool!)' So I added <text="#004E91" link="#004E91"> right behind background colour for the editable region, but it just doesn't work. The question is: can I have different colours for links in different places of a template? How?