Hour 18. Using Mouse Actions to Modify Text Display

Throughout this book, you have seen examples of how mouse actions can affect the display of text. The simplest example is when the hover pseudoclass of the <a> link is defined in the style sheet to display text in a different color when a user’s mouse hovers over it. In the previous hour, you learned how the hover pseudoclass changed both the text color and the background color of an <li> element.

In this hour, you’ll learn how to achieve two specific actions that combine CSS and mouse actions—displaying ...

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