Changing H1, H2 etc properties

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    keystone
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    I want to use an h3 heading and have the font change color on hover. The h2 does it but not the h3. I have looked but cannot quite find the specific bit of code to change to make it work. Can anyone advise me please?


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    #9911

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    For a color change you need the property :hover on the element in css. Probably the h2 elements you indicate are in fact h2 a (link tags inside h2 tags)

    That kind of color changing is only functional if the element is a link. Otherwise it just makes the user think something will happen when clicking the element, while in fact nothing happens.

    To inspect elements use Firebug with Firefox or “Inspect element” when right clicking the element in Crome .

    Good luck…


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    #10201

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    Thanks for the advice….I inspected the element and noticed that the matched css rule only mentions h1 and h2. Am I right that this is the reason that the h3 tag is not responding the same way? If this is right can you help with what i would need to do to make the h3 work the same way as the h2?

     

    Thanks


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