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changing the color of a link (mouseover?)

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I want the color of my links to change when the mouse is put over them. Is there a code that will do this without java? If so what is it?

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Tim
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In IE4.x, you can use CSS.

<HEAD>
<STYLE>
<!--
A.Hover {
        color: red;
        }
A.Link  {
        color: blue;
        }
-->
</STYLE>
</HEAD>


You links should be blue and the hover coor will turn red.  This only works in Ie4.x. NS doesn;t implement it very well.
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