CSS pseudo-class :hover

:hover is a CSS pseudo-class, and can be applied to an item that is in the hover state.

This pseudo-class refers to an item in the hover state, ie when the user points to an element with the mouse without activating it (by clicking with the mouse on the item). The best known example for this is moving the mouse over a hyperlink in an HTML document. Other elements may also have a hover state. Note: :hover support in Internet Explorer versions prior to IE7 is limited to hyperlinks (<a>).

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Compatibility

Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Opera Safari
Any Any Any (before IE8 only for hyperlinks) Any Any




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