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Nifty CSS Link Hover Effect

This nifty CSS link hover effect magically reveals a hidden span of text after specified links. The trick employs an anonymous span nested within an anchor tag. CSS then acts upon the markup with a set of rules that basically says hide the nested span until the link is hovered. Here is an example. Here is the CSS code and XHTML markup that makes it happen: a:link, a:visited { text-decoration: underline; color: #990000; } a:hover, a:active { text-decoration: none; color: #990000; } li a:link span, li a:visited span { display: none; } li a:hover span, li a:active span { display: inline; } <ul> […] Read more »

XHTML Document Header Resource

This XHTML header tags resource is a work in progress, perpetually expanding and evolving as new information is obtained, explored, and integrated. Hopefully, you will find it useful in some way. Even better, perhaps you will share any complimentary or critical information concerning the contents of this article. Table of Contents Important Information XML Declaration The !DOCTYPE The html tag The head tag The title tag base & item http-equiv link tags meta tags Geo meta tags Dublin Core tags References Read more »

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