What Are The Pseudo Classes On <A> Tags


  • 7 Feb, 2012

    Pseudo classes are classes used by Web browsers to differentiate statuses of a HTML tag. CSS definitions can use pseudo classes as selectors with a leading colon like (:visited). There are 3 pseudo classes on the <A> tag:► A:link - A hyper link that has not been visited.► A:visited - A hyper link that has been visited before.► A:active - A hyper link that is currently under the mouse pointer.If you want to the alter the default style sheets of the browser, you could define something like this:/* show un-visited links in blue */A:link {color: blue}/* show visited links in yellow */A:visited {color: yellow}/* change background color gray when mouse over links */A:active {background-color: gray}

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