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Change link font & color in CSS - Dreamweaver CC Tutorial [19/34]

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Full course at: https://goo.gl/ti8YbB Free Exercise Files: https://goo.gl/hTnQW3 Free Cheat Sheet: https://goo.gl/7gxmts Hi and welcome to this Dreamweaver tutorial. My name is Daniel Walter Scott and I’m a trainer here at Bring Your Own Laptop. What we’re going to look at in this tutorial is we’re going to look at styling our links or our Hyperlinks in Dreamweaver. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bringyourownlaptop/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danlovesadobe?lang=en Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BringYourOwnLaptop/?fref=ts Full course at: https://goo.gl/ti8YbB
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Bring Your Own Laptop (1 year ago)
Hi everyone, the full course is here: https://goo.gl/4wvQnr
tanish dhakan (8 months ago)
very helpful
Bring Your Own Laptop (8 months ago)
Awesome, thanks Tanish. DWS
David Cook (1 year ago)
Thank you , very helpfull, I ran through all 34 videos today. Cleared up a lot for me.
Afri Tunez (2 years ago)
Awesome video, is it possible to change the collor of just one link ? and leave the other ones unchanged ?
Bring Your Own Laptop (2 years ago)
My updated Dreamweaver 2015 course at: http://bit.ly/1Ti1seL
afoxnamedjay (3 years ago)
does this work on cs6
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
+afoxnamed jay (afoxnamedjay) Awesome - nice work!
afoxnamedjay (3 years ago)
+Bring Your Own Laptop I figured it out it's the Css style it's just named differently but the same thing.
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
Sorry - but CS6 didn't have the CSS designer panel. You'll have to look for an older tutorial. +afoxnamed jay (afoxnamedjay)
IVXX Grimes (3 years ago)
I am a student and it's so sad to hear that the remaining videos are needed to be paid off. But overall it's nice.
Bring Your Own Laptop (2 years ago)
Thanks +random channel. It's a balancing act giving away content and paying the rent ;)
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
This is the last of my free video. There are 15 more in the series over on my website: bringyourownlaptop.com
Joseph Hein (3 years ago)
Good tut, except you get halfway through before you start talking about what we came here to learn. Please skip the fluff and get straight to the meat and potatoes.
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
Fair comment +Joseph Hein.
You Ma (3 years ago)
How do I get to the css designer?  In dreamweaver cs6 there is no option like that (I loked in "window" in the menu). I do have css-styles but no designer. And tank you for the tutorial!
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
+Tommie Rowell This is CC 2014. You'll need version CC and above to play.
Tommie Rowell (3 years ago)
+Bring Your Own Laptop What version is this then? I'm using 5.5 and cannot find it either
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
Hi there +You Ma. Unfortunitly CS6 doesn't have a CSS designer panel. It's a totally different interface. You wont be able to follow along very well using CS6 - sorry. You'll have to find someone elses tutorials.
steven p (3 years ago)
Why not just use buttons like this "<a href="Contact_Me.html" target="_self"><img src="Images/Contact button.png" width="300" height="100" alt="Contact Me Link"/></a>" So it would look something like this? http://prntscr.com/825up8
Bring Your Own Laptop (3 years ago)
+steven p That's another way. Nothing wrong with image buttons. For me - I tend to make this type of button using CSS so that it loads nice and fast and can be changed via media queries for different devices. But your way +steven p is perfect.
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