Hello All,
Im new to stylesheets and have been looking into creating a simple mouseover
effect to underline my links. I placed this snippet of code on my pages:

<style>
<!--
a{text-decoration:none;}
a:hover{text-decoration:underline;}
-->
</style>

It worked fine as far as I can tell - but only on IE. Is there a way to
get my desired effect on both IE and Netscape?

thanks much -

eric

"Michael" <msanchez@devx.com> wrote:
>
>Brian, you can still use styles to keep it simple. Just add this code to

your
>style sheet.
>
>A.redtext:hover {color:yellow}
>
>The class has to be the same or the effect will not execute. I suggest using
>a different class name or none at all if it is for all links.
>
>
>"Brian" <brian.martens@wcom.com> wrote:
>>I realize this crosses over from HTML somewhat, but I'll ask anyway. If

>I
>>have one or more links that I want to have a specific color I can simply
>>create a style with the syntax:
>>
>>A.redtext:link {color:red}
>>
>>and create the link with the code:
>>
>><A HREF=whatever CLASS="redtext">
>>
>>My question is that I need to incorporate that with a mouseover effect

that
>>will change the link text to a different color (yellow for example) when

>the
>>user moves their mouse over the link as well as change it back to red when
>>the mouse is removed from the link.
>>
>>Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
>>
>>

>