Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Styling links inside table cells, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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So for this video we're going to look at…actual links inside the table cells and how we might…improve their interactivity a little bit and also some of the issues that follow as a result.…So we have these white boldfaced bits of text, that are actually hyperlinks.…Once you'll be moving the cursor we can see it changes into the little gloved hand of clicking. We may want to…bump up actually effectively the visual feedback beyond just a little clicking glove.…
We might also want to put on a hover effect for example, so here at the end of the style sheet I'm going to put in…for any a element inside the post-archive that gets hovered…to a background it's found elsewhere. And if we hit Reload at first,…we don't see anything until we move in the cursor and start hovering and you can see that we now have a cute little green background hover effect.…
The only real problem being that not only is the background hover…points to our problem,…these links are only as wide as their content, which is to be expected. I mean if you have a hyperlink, the hyperlink is only as…
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