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The Less Used CSS Pseudo-Elements
The Less Used CSS Pseudo-Elements
How many Pseudo-Elements do you use? Pseudo Elements can be used to add some functions or effects to specific selectors in CSS. They are supported in all major browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari & Opera) as well as some others. Most people use :hover, :visited and :link, but how about the other Pseudo Elements?
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Styling Links with CSS
Styling Links with CSS
Learn how to style links in a Web page using CSS. This article shows you how to add CSS styles to any type of link, including non-visited, visited, active, and hovered links.
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CSS Attributes - Part 2
CSS Attributes - Part 2
Goes over properties like hover, visited, active, and link.
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Styling Links with CSS
Styling Links with CSS
How to create cool CSS rollover effects with Dreamweaver. By using the CSS link,hover,visited and active attributes you can create fully customized and create looking links for your website.
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How to style links with CSS
How to style links with CSS
Learn how to easily style your links in css - including visited links, rollovers etc.
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