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    Default 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    I've set a red link on the MouseOff layer and a blue link on MouseOver and blue on hover works as it should. I would like to have the link display green after clicking the link - subsequently if another red/blue link is clicked the previous link goes back to red and the current link turns green. I know how to do this using css but I'm wondering if anyone knows how to do this within Xara Web Designer Premium v16.3?

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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    Are these links across different pages?

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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    Also, are these text links or graphical links?
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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

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    If it is a text link, in the Website tab of the Web Properties Dialog, you can choose the colors that you would like for the Mouse Off, Mouse Over and Visited (text) links. If you are speaking about graphical links, there are different steps that involve having a different layer for each graphic. The layer names are MouseOff, MouseOver and MouseDown.
    Last edited by bcire68; 21 January 2020 at 12:19 AM. Reason: Confirmed the name for the MouseDown layer.
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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    To elaborate on bcire68's comment above. The MouseDown layer (which you need to create) also becomes the button state that identifies the current page (in the top layer only, not in sub menus). And it is also the state that shows briefly when the visitor clicks on a button.
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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    They're text links...

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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    No, single vertical website.

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    Default Re: 3rd color on Mouseover Click

    @vrivera, it is like drawing teeth...

    ... offer up the CSS code in an example.
    Put up what you have tried in Xara.
    Does the "single vertical site" have pages? Are the links repeated on each 'page'?
    If we can't visual it we can't make it.

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