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Learn about creating a Rollover Effect in CSS in this Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Essentials training video series.
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We are almost done with these links. There is just one more thing I would like to add here and that is I want to create that Rollover effect so that when somebody rolls their courser over one of these links the color changes and you can easily do that with CSS by changing the hover state of the Link tag.
So again, I will just right-click, create a New Style. Now this one can be a little tricky to figure out, but if you click on the little arrow here next to Selector field with Advanced chosen as the Selector Type. You will see that you have a: link, a: visited, a: hover and a: active. These are the four different Link states. What we want in this case is the hover state, that's the style that will appear when a user hovers their courser over the link.
So if I select hover and remember I do want to define with a nav. So let me add nav back here. So now I am saying the hover state of the anchor tag which is the Anchor tag which is the Link style when somebody rolls their courser over it, click OK. Now for this one I want to define just the Type and I want to change the Color to a nice red color.
Now you can just choose any color you want like this or if you know what the hexadecimal code is that you want. You can just type it in. So in this case, I know that I want the hexadecimal color code A42D41, don't forget the little # and that gives me that nice red color. Now I want all of the other settings to match what I just set for the Anchor tag. So I still want None for text Decoration. You can leave that so that when someone rolls their courser over it the underline does appear or you can turn it off as I am here checking None. And I want the Size to be the same, 90%.
If I don't set the Size to be the same then when somebody rolls their courser over the link, it will go back to the default, the bigger size and that can look kind of giant because it will make the text jump around on the page. So if the Size was the same, text Decoration is None but the Color is different then the only thing that will change when a user rolls their courser this link is that it will change from blue to red, click OK. And let's now save this page and preview it to see how that looks.
Because I am affecting a Link here you will only be able to see the affect when you Preview it in a browser but now as I roll my courser over these links, you see I get this nice little rollover effect that turns the text to red.