css class for a:link and a:visited

Posted on 2012-03-10
Last Modified: 2012-03-10

I have a link button with CSS class called editbutton

so looks like this

   border: none;
   Color: Red

but i also want this to be achieved at a:link and a:visited how do i do this please help


Question by:R8VI
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.editbutton, .editbutton:visited, .editbutton:link
   border: none;
   color: red

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To be thorough, what does your markup look like?
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Unless you want borders and outlines around anchor elements, border:none;outline:none should be part of your reset css.
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Post a link, and we can probably provide a host of insight about your stuff that you may or may not want :)

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