Edit Hyperlink styles

You can edit the properties of Hyperlink styles from the Styles editor or the Styles and Formatting pod.

Use Pseudo classes

In CSS, pseudo classes are used to add different effects to a hyperlink. You can have the appearance of a hyperlink change according to its status. For example, you can define a specific CSS properties for a hyperlink that is not clicked, and a different set of CSS properties for a hyperlink that is clicked.

Examples of using pesudo classes:

You can have one color for a Visited pseudo class in one style (for example, Expanding Hotspot) and have another color for a Visited pseudo class in another style (for example, Glos­sary Term).

You can have multiple objects with multiple Hyperlink and Div styles in the same topic. Two hyperlinks in the same topic can be styled differently.

For more information about pseudo classes, see www.w3schools.com/css/css_pseudo_classes.asp.

Use Twisty images

You can add a twisty image to a Hyperlink style and apply the style to expanding hotspots, drop-down hotspots, and glossary terms. To set a twisty image, click Set Twisties, and select the image properties.

Use Block-style hyperlinks

You can add a Block attribute to a Hyperlink style. Block-style hyperlinks are helpful for output displayed on devices such as iPad or iPhone.

1)In the Styles editor, select the Hyperlink style to modify.

2)Select Block from the Display list.

3)Specify the height and width of the block.

September 30, 2016

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