I am editing the CSS for my metro themed website which can be accessed here. I like the effect of having a background for a:hover links and I included that successfully. You can see the effect in this screenshot (the “more”-Link which is called “weiterlesen” in German):
I hovered over “weiterlesen” link when I took the screenshot.
I do not want to have this effect when hovering over the H2 post titles and I managed to exclude these ones. But I still have an issue: If I hover over my post thumbnails, there is a orange box displayed right next to it (you can check yourself at the homepage if you scroll down a bit to the home-bottom-section).
How can I turn that off? I am pretty new to CSS coding so I think there is an easy fix but I tried everything and couldn’t get it work.
Your advice is greatly appreciated!
It worked! Thank you very much Sridhar!
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