Different Link Colors in the Same Page Using CSS
You have White links in your left nav bar, but you want green links in your content section, then in your footer, you want you links to be gray. Can´t do it. Sorry.
Ha! Fouled You! Yes you can, cause I´m Bill the Geek, here to show you how.
Making Web Page Links Different Colors in the Same Page is all about what I call “targeting CSS Objects.” It´s like dialing an area code. You want Domino´s Pizza in New York City Call 212-Dominios, you want the pizza in LA, call 213-Dominos, you want pizza in West Virginia,,, Good Luck( You know, I have clients all over the United States, and I´ve never had one in West Virginia. Must be a coal thing).
Making web page links different colors in the same page can be done, you see it all of the time, and you will be doing it all of the time. The more important factor, through learning and making web page links different colors in the same page, you´ll learn that you can use the same technique to target h1 tags, p tags or any CSS selector.
See, the “Making Web Page Links Different Colors in the Same Page.” I should have titled this, “Targeting CSS Selectors.”