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Making different coloured links on same page


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Hi
I have recently made my first website. Each page contains small red navigation links along the bottom. However I have some links on the last page, inside a table that I would like to make orange as well as still having the red links at the bottom. Im using netscape composer and it will only allow you to set one colour for all links on the same page in WYSIWYG mode. I'm afraid I have very little understanding of HTML code. I have searched this subject on the internet and found bits of code for doing this but I wouldnt know where to stick the code. Can anyone help me?
Here is my page to refer to just in case that makes things easier. I want the links in the red table to be orange.

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http://www.geocities.../hyperlink.html check that out
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I had a look at that site and tried to follow what it was saying but it didn't seem to work. I thought this involved creating a style sheet. If so would someone be able to explain how to create and insert one?
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