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Using CSS Style Tags For Mouseover Link Effects

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If you're looking for a great way to spice up your HTML web page links, you can easily do so with style tags.

In this example, the active text link is underlined with the color set to #0000FF. When the mouse is placed over the link, the text color will change to #FF0000 and the underline disappears.

Place the <STYLE> tag between your <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags.

Example Link

A:active { color:#0000FF; text-decoration; }
A:hover { color:#FF0000; text-decoration: none; }

Edit the text indicated in bold to suit your needs.

Style tags provide a great way to add some special effects to your pages. You can learn more about using style tags within the CSS Tutorial section.

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