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- Special Behavior - Possible?
July 25, 2015, 7:32 pm
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narrative and links from other pages. For example, I have a page of
narrative that has several anchors (e.g. <a id="some_name">) that I can
use to link back to that text from other pages. That works, but I'd
like something more: have the narrative text associated with the anchor
to be displayed with a different background and/or text color when
linked from other page(s) - versus how it's displayed on the "narrative
I don't know that I've ever seen such behavior in a Web site, so I
don't know if it can be done (with <div>, <span> or something else). Is
something like this possible? If so, how? TIA
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Re: Special Behavior - Possible?
> For example, I have a page of
If I understand you correctly, the :target pseudoclass might be what you
It does not distinguish between internal and external linking. It
effectively tests whether an element has been the target of the link
that was followed most recently.
outline: solid #333 2px;
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