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Lesson 13. Using Style Sheets > Creating CSS Selector Styles for Links

Creating CSS Selector Styles for Links

You can use styles to change the appearance of links on your page. CSS selector styles can be used for controlling the dynamic link tag (<a>) with specific attributes for the different states that can be applied to it. The different states of the <a> tag are activated when a user performs an action such as clicking the link. In the CSS Selector drop-down menu in the New Style dialog box, Dreamweaver provides four standard states for the <a> tag that make it easy to change the formatting of links on your pages. This type of CSS selector is known as a pseudoclass.

In this exercise, you will create a CSS selector style in the external style sheet in order to change the look of a link on the page.


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