No Links On Web Page

  David4637 13:43 14 Jul 2009
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I use IE6 to browse, and the web page people say towards the bottom of the web page of click here they can see links under the following, which I can not see -

A 10 mile circular ride around Bledlow through the Chiltern Countryside.

and

A 6.5 mile circular walk through Ellesborough to Little Kimble & Great Kimble

Is there a IE6 setting that would show the links, as I do not want to upgrade to IE7/8?
Thanks
David

  Sea Urchin 13:53 14 Jul 2009

Yes there are about 15 links further down the page - the top two the ones you mentions. Can you not scroll down the page using the scroll bar or your mouse wheel?

For many reasons I would suggest upgrading to at least IE7 - much more secure than IE6.

  Graphicool1 13:59 14 Jul 2009

Each of the rides or walks on your (link page) has a PDF link. Have you got a PDF reader. If the answer is no, then that is why you can't see them.
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  Sea Urchin 14:13 14 Jul 2009

To be honest I wasn't sure if he meant he couldn't SEE the links, or couldn't open them?

  lotvic 14:14 14 Jul 2009

Related files (you need Acrobat Reader to open):
Acrobat Reader in above, is a link to adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
Do you get that link shown?

On these, the link is only shown on #'s (actually it is a large bullet point not a # but can't do bullet points on forum) and it is to download a pdf file
# Bledlow Circular Ride PDF 1662KB (this is a link)
A 10 mile circular ride around Bledlow through the Chiltern Countryside. (not a link)

# Ellesborough Kimble PDF 217KB (this is a link)
A 6.5 mile circular walk through Ellesborough to Little Kimble & Great Kimble (not a link)

  Graphicool1 14:17 14 Jul 2009

Me to, still, either way, between the two of us I think we've probably have it covered. G1 :¬}

  David4637 12:41 15 Jul 2009

Thanks for your replies.

1. I can not see the wording and the underlined link for each walk, its missing. I would normally right click the link and save the pdf to my HD, and then view it in Acrobat later.

2. I do not want to update to IE7, even though I can see these links at my local library PC which runs IE7.

3. Do I need a java, or flash player upgrade to IE6 to view these links, if not, what needs to be done to see these links in IE6?
Thanks David

  David4637 13:16 15 Jul 2009

I have a web washer utility (removes adverts from web pages) which in this one instant is NOT showing the pdf links. If I disable it, the links show. Never had this problem with web pages not showing links before.
Thanks again for your help. David

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