On Sat, 6 Mar 2010 20:36:18 +0100, philmagic wrote:
> I want to do a particular thing.
> I want to declare style for my hypertext links.
> This particuliar style says : Don't change anything in the style of link,
> just underline when mouse is over.
> I know hos to do : "under line when mouse is over".$= by "a:hover"
> But how to do if i don't want change anything to the style declared for the
> link (same color than before after, sdame font, same size) ?
> I want the text must be underlined when mouse passes over.
> If I don't declare anything on the style of hypertext link, on hyperlink are
> blue. Impossible to let the original color of text...
> If I hyperlink a red text, he becomes blue if I don't change the style by
> default of hypertext link.
> All that for a special purpose that it's too long to explain here.
> Thanks for a response, if it's possible.
I regret to say that I can't quite determine what you are asking for here.
However, I can make two guesses, and hope that one of them (or the
combination) will be helpful.
You might be looking for the text-decoration property. You can read the W3C
specs regarding it at
If you are wondering about how to select a elements with pseudo-classes,
take a look at:
Does that help?
Thinking: the wish to "under line when mouse is over" is already fulfilled.
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