CSS3 Tutorial for Beginners: 29 Guide To Pseudo Classes (Anchor, Links, Style)
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Hello and Welcome to another CSS Tutorial for beginners. In this tutorial what we're going to do is talk about pseudo classes. Typically pseudo classes are used for links, and they're basically fake classes or subclasses that you can use in order to stylize elements of your website that the user has interacted with.
There are quite a handful of pseudo classes. The more common ones are things like: link, active, hover, visited, etc. As I said, they're usually used for links, which allow you to change the style of a link that's being hovered over or pressed or that has been already visited by the user and more.
However, there are multiple other pseudo-classes that can be used for other elements as well.
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