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A way to code a hyperlink?

Sent by Scott Spilker on 25 December 2004 02:02


Theresa Mesa wrote:

>Is there a way to code a hyperlink in CSS so the the page that the user is
>currently in looks different than unvisited and visited links, along the
>lines of tabs, but not tabs? It's not even essential that all the browsers
>recognize it, but it would be nice.
>
Theresa, I'm not totally familiar with what everyone else is suggesting, 
but you might try this article from Jon Hicks and see if it covers what 
you're wanting to accomplish.

http://www.hicksdesign.co.uk/journal/271/highlighting-current-page-with-css


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