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    Picture Link Color

    On my page, I have it set up so that all the links are green and turn white when you go over it with your mouse. How do I make it so that my pictures are the same way?

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    You'll have to use a rollover HTML tag and have two versions of the same image. One normally, and one as you want the mouseover to display it.
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    Thank you for your response! That sounds a little too complicated for me. Ok..so how would I just go about changing the color of the link around the picture? I want it to be green as opposed to the default blue.

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    Can I see your site? Do you have an URL?
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    Yes you may. Here it is...Beautiful and Talented Sarah

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    Perhaps you mean something like this?

    Code:
    a img {
      border: 5px solid #0aa967;
      }
    a:hover img{
      border-color: white;
      }
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikegurl24 View Post
    Yes you may. Here it is...Beautiful and Talented Sarah
    I don't see where your picture links are that have a blue rollover border....
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