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Link active CSS - Definition and Usage
- The :active selector modifies the visual of the link when it is being activated/clicked/ or by pressing the enter key.
- It's usually seen for a split second (less than 1 sec), thereby it provides visual changes that the element was certainly clicked.
- :active selector can also be applied to all elements in CSS.
- Any element can be activated by clicking on it and hereby we can also apply the style property using :active selector.
- In CSS, a: active defines the style of an element on which the user is currently clicking.
Sample coding - css html
Code Explanation - css style
- Here a: active is the link that defines the style of an element on which the user is currently clicking.
- Specifying color green for a: visited property means the link color will change from blue to green when user click it.
- href is the attribute which specifies the destination address. target="_blank" Open the Link in new tab.
css tutorial - output :
- Normally all the text we type in <a></a> tag appears in blue color and underlined which we have displayed in the browser window.
- When we click the link, the text link “Best E-learning Website in the world” changes from blue to green indicating that we have clicked the link, which we have displayed in the browser window.
- Clicking on the link “Best E-learning Website in the world” will direct us to the wikitechy website which is displayed below.