Add Different Styles to Hyperlinks

I've already mentioned how to change the default color on different states of a single link. 
Read the post and learn ( Styling Links with CSS ).

This example demonstrate how to design the different states of different links on a single web page. 
There are many ways to do so. 
  • Create a ID for a single link to design.
  • Create a Class for more than one link, to design using CSS.
I'll use the Class technique to do so. 
Just assume, we have a link with class yellow. On mouse over we will change the background from default to yellow. The code is given below:

We can also change the font-family, text-color, font-size and text-decoration

The below example demonstrate this well:

Have a look on More Advance Example.

Advanced: Creating Link Boxes with CSS


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