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Selecting elements involved in user interaction
In addition to :link and :visited , the selectors :hover and :active ( Table 6-7 )
are commonly associated with links. However, they can be used to respond to user in-
teraction on any element.
For example, the following is a short unordered list:
To help the user visually pick out which item they are hovering over, the :hover
selector could be used to set up a style rule that changed the background color to light
li:hover { background-color:#ccc; }
This will be applied only when the user hovers over the items in the list, darkening
those rows the user is hovering over ( Figure 6-4 ).
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