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To make your text links change color when you place your mouse over them, you have to add a little bit of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to your web page.
How To Do It
Place the following code into the <HEAD> section of your web page, right after the <title> tag:
<style type="text/css">Configuring The Script
To make this work correctly on your web page, you need to replace (#YourColor) in the above code for all 3 attributes (A:link , A:visited , A:hover) with the actual color code of the color you want. If you don't know what the color code is of the color you want, Click Here to see a complete list of all the colors and there color codes.
A:link will be the normal color of your text links.
A:visited will be the color of the text links that you have already visited.
A:hover will be the color of the text link when you have your mouse over it.
TIP: If you don't like the underline on your text links, you can replace the word (underline) in the above code to the word (none).
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