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CSS How to Make a Website Customizing Colors and Fonts Use Classes in CSS

When I put "nav a: visited" in my css and try and make that white. It changes all my nav links back to blue?

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

With this is my css my nav links are blue and I'm not sure why.

3 Answers

hey there !

try and remove the space after ':' !

Thank You!

Your links went back to the default blue because breaking the visited selector with the extra space invalidated the nav a stacked along with it.