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Color Coding My Links

Color Coding My Weblinks.

All of my links that have a rollover color of brown (light brown, tan-ish) with a rollover background of white will open a new tab or window in your web browser. All of the other links will open in the same tab or window. I thought about trying to color code my links for different reasons, but it is just to difficult to keep up with it all,, plus I have to make my link colors accordingly to fit in with the colors of the page they are on. When I am browsing the web, sometimes I like it when a link opens up a new tab or window. That way I don't lose my place on the page that I am on. I try to do it like that with my website. Essentially I set all of the links that go outside of my website to open a new browser tab or window and some of or a few of my own links that go to different parts of my website. That way you don't have to keep hitting the back button and lose your place on a page,, everytime you click on a link. So if when you put your mouse cursor over one of my links and the link color turns to the color brown with a white background, that means it will open in a new tab or window, depending on how you have your browser set, but I think most people use tabs now a days.

(Note; Link colors are set entirely by the person who makes the webpage. (Unless they don't set any colors, then the link colors will be whatever the default settings are in the browser that you are using). I was using iWeb '09 to make my website, but now I have converted to hand coding my webpages. Learning HTML & CSS is very easy to do and it is kind of fun too. So now I set my link colors with a CSS style. It is even easier to do it this way then with an application to do it for you.)

Article Posted January 12, 2012 (Proofread, Edited, and,or Updated November 14, 2013)

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