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Wajeeh Hassan Qureshi
Wajeeh Hassan Qureshi
8,631 Points


I don't quite understand this line of piece of code.

nav a, nav a:visited {
    color: #fff;

2 Answers

Volker Brauer
Volker Brauer
9,556 Points

Hi, the code means that all Links (a-Elements) and all visited Link (a:visited) inside the navigation-container (nav-Elements) have the text-color white (#fff is white color). The a:visited is called a "pseudo"-class", because you don´t find it in the normal html-mark-up.