Change Hyperlink text colour

  Graham. 12:00 11 Jun 08
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Using M/S Office Live click here, I can see HTML code click here.

On my Links page, do I have to modify this code, ie replace 'a' with the name of a link?

  Kemistri 19:00 11 Jun 08

Your title suggests that you want to style your links, but then you mention MS Office.... Is this about links in HTML in websites or HTML links in an Office document?

In case it's the former, look at the examples here (click here) - very simple.

  Graham. 19:42 11 Jun 08

It's not Office, it's Office Live click here, so it's HTML in websites.

Your link poses the same question: it gives the code 'a: '. Do I change 'a' to point to the link's text?

  Kemistri 22:06 11 Jun 08

A is a selector, which is explained in that earlier link. You usually combine it with a pseudo class for link styling.

  Graham. 23:50 11 Jun 08

Thanks, but 'selector' and 'pseudo class' mean nothing to me. What is the meaning of 'a:'? When I copy and paste the code, do I need to substitute 'a' for something else?

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