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How to Style Links Using CSS: A Detailed Beginner Tutorial

Posted by Torque Mag on September 1, 2022 at 11:39 am
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In this tutorial, we will talk about how to style web links via CSS. Links are a central part of any website. They allow you to move visitors on to other parts of it, refer to sources to underline the points you are making, help readers discover more relevant blog posts, and more. Learning how to change their design allows you to make sure that are recognizable as links and fit the rest of your website. CSS offers many different ways and properties for that, so lets go over them one by one. Link Standards and Default Link Styling Before we get into how to make changes to your links’ design, let’s first understand their makeup. Here’s what a link element looks like in HTML: <a href=””>TorqueMag</a> As you can see, it consists of several parts: <a> – This is the operator for creating a link element. Why a? Because in HTML, links are also called anchor tags.href=”” – Anything within the double quotation marks is where this link is pointing to. It’s the address someone who clicks on it will land on.TorqueMag – This is the link text that appears on the page, e.g. like this (don’t click it,…

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