CSS Examples Borderize links onMouseover
Author: CSS Drive
The goal of CSS link effects is often to draw attention to a link when the user hovers over it. Using the pseudo class "a:hover", this one applies a border to the target link, and for good measure, changes its background color as well. Notice how by setting the links to "display: block", the entire link area- and not just the text- becomes "active."
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border: 1px solid white;
border: 1px solid black;
Good post! Thanks for the info
Yeah. great post. thanks
simple and useful.
Great one.I am using it : ) thanks
Wonderful article, thank you so much.
I love how easily you can use CSS to get some really cool mouseover effects. Thanks for the useful tips - I love your site, keep up the great work. - Editor (Make Money Online Site)
Damnit I have been trying to find that code forever - thanks~
thanks css drive. you are best!
nice and simple code thanks i was looking for this