Defining link dimensions


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Defining link dimensions

One of the most important properties of any menu is the dimensions of the actual links themselves. This creates the clickable area that users interact with when they select them. You want to make sure that you create a clear , active area without using too much or too little space. So in this exercise, let's examine a few of the ways that we can define link dimensions. Now, before we get into actually defining them, I want to show you what the current link dimensions are. So I am going to go ahead and open up vertical.htm from the 03_02 folder--that's really just sort of picking up where we left off in the last exercise--and I want to show you what the size of the current active area of those links.

So I am just going to click somewhere on the page, and hit Tab to be able to tab through those links. Now you can see that right now the only area that's active is the content itself, and this is basically due to the inline nature of the anchor element. The anchor tag or the anchor element...

Defining link dimensions
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Defining link dimensions provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by James Williamson as part of the CSS: Styling Navigation

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