IE does not pick up style instruction

There is someting I do not understand in the way FW works.
I’ve made a style called onderschrift, onderschrift a and onderschrift a:hover.
Works.
But not in Internet Explorer, Windows. I get generic link style.

BTW, when I look in the source, I see: p class=“onderschrift f-lp”><a href etc etc.
What is this f-lp doing there? I did not put it there.
Is this the reason maybe why IE does not read the style instruction?
What do I do now?

site on http://www.monumentmaker.nl
The style of the text under the images is called onderschrift.
Site loads different in IE due to a script, but not a style script. It’s dynamic.

Please help me out, I’m stuck.
Thank you really very much for looking at it.


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The browsers that are showing you the behavior are being kind to you.
Because you made these styles without a leading dot in their name,
they are not actually class styles, but tag styles. Thing is, there’s
no such tag as an onderschrift.

In your stylesheet, change all instances of ‘onderschrift’ to
‘.onderschrift’ (note the leading dot) and all will be well.

Walter

On Feb 1, 2009, at 9:46 AM, atelier wrote:

I’ve made a style called onderschrift, onderschrift a and
onderschrift a:hover.
Works.
But not in Internet Explorer, Windows. I get generic link style.


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The f-lp style means that this is the Last Paragraph in a container.
Freeway helpfully removes any trailing space from the last paragraph
so that the text can snug up to its container if that’s how you
designed it. This class is added automagically, you can’t remove it,
but you don’t have to worry about it either.

Double-class names like this are perfectly legal, however IE6 and
lower are inconsistent in how they implement them. The best guess I
can make is that the first class gets used, and the second one gets
ignored. As long as the styles are applied in this order, you
shouldn’t notice anything untoward except maybe some extra space below
the text in a tight construction.

Walter

On Feb 1, 2009, at 9:46 AM, atelier wrote:

BTW, when I look in the source, I see: p class=“onderschrift f-
lp”><a href etc etc.
What is this f-lp doing there? I did not put it there.
Is this the reason maybe why IE does not read the style instruction?
What do I do now?


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Walther

You are the man. Thanks.
Not only for telling me how to fix the problem, but also for showing what I did wrong.
Another learning instant for me.

best regards
Hans


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