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TOPIC: anchor mouse-over behavior in adminstyle.css

anchor mouse-over behavior in adminstyle.css 5 years 4 months ago #49948

  • sethwhite1
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Hello Team LimeSurvey

I hope this information about CSS Anchor Pseudo-classes is useful.

“a:hover MUST come after a:link and a:visited in the CSS definition in order to be effective!“
src: http://www.w3schools.com/CSS/css_pseudo_classes.asp

However, in /admin/styles/default/adminstyle.css, the a:hover entry comes before a:link and a:visited, so a:hover is not being executed.

This prevents anchor tags (links) from being underlined when you mouse-over them.

To replicate this issue, goto the limesurvey Demo and mouse over any link:

To fix this issue, you could cut/paste the 'a:link, a:visited' entry from lines 512-515 up to line 41 in adminstyle.css. Then the 'a:link, a:visited' entry would come before the 'a:hover' entry. This would cause anchor tags (links) to be properly underlined when you mouse-over them.

Thanks for such great code!

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