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HTML Link Colors - Changing Web Page Hyperlink Colors

When designing web pages, there may be times when you would like to change the standard web page hyperlink color to a color that will match your web site design. Although it is always best to leave your link colors at their default settings, as this is what your visitors are used to, the following html tip will assist you in changing your link color.

Following is an example link that is displayed in a different color than the default:

Example Link

To change the color of an individual link, add a FONT tag within your link code:

<A HREF=""><FONT COLOR="#FF0000">Your Link</FONT></A>

Although the above code will enable you to change the color of an individual hyperlink, please use this code with caution, as you don't want to confuse your visitors.

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