In this lesson, you will learn how to style links. You also will learn how to add background images to links, turn off link underlines, use borders for underlines, and increase the active link area.
You have already learned how to style
<a> or link elements in Lesson 3, “Selectors in Action.” Now you will learn how to style the five different link states.
Links can be in the following states:
Normal. —The standard unvisited link state
Visited. —The link points to a URI that has already been visited
Hover. —The cursor is over the active area of the link
Active. —The moment the link is selected or clicked
Focus. —The link is in focus and ready to accept input, such as a click or mouse down
Some link states ...