A website link is a crucial means to help users navigate. In CSS, we can design a link that makes it interactive and easier to find for a user.
For each of the states above, let's explore the link's syntax and what it does.
a:activein the CSS file. When the user clicks on the button, the changes are reflected.
a:visitedin the CSS file to add color to the button.
Note: To see the visited state styling, we have to visit the link first.
a:hoverin the CSS file to add color to the button. When the user moves the pointer over the button, the color changes.
a:linkin the CSS file to add color to the button. If the button is not pressed, the color will be reflected.
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