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client save mode problem? the hyperlink color will not restored to origin color.

 
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I use css and the hyperlink color is write in following:


I use jsf and in web.xml, I set javax.faces.STATE_SAVING_METHOD = client,
but I find that after I exit the application, close the browser, and then redeploy the application, open it, the link will not restored to original color (blue), why will this happen?
 
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The visted link deals with the user's cache. You would have to delete your local temp files.

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where is the local temp file?
thanks!!
 
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With IE7:
Tools-->Internet Options-->Browser Settings - Advanced button

Shows you where the files are.

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