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Here's the grand-daddy of all HTML codes!
This contains every basic function, plus extras.
Using the following code, we can open links in new tabs, as well as placing outer text .
The size of text can also be altered. (Here, I'm using "2")
More notably: the text color changes whenever highlighted!
This can be changed to any color desired.
(The 'COLOR OF Link HERE' should probably be the same color as the common link. This is usually Blueish.)

Example 1 | Example 2 | Example 3 | Example 4 | Example 5 | Example 6 | Example 7

here's the basic code.

SO, here are 7 distinct examples:

(notice how examples #6 and #7 use the same linking color, which is being used by the forum administrator).
I would strongly recommend this. And simply keep it typical.

This method can also be applied to CSS Buttons, as well.
Usually, these Buttons are limited to coloring a few shades.
Otherwise, the Button's Text won't be visible when highlighted.
For example; when the following CSS button gets highlighted using a dark color, it's no longer readable.

the Original CSS Button Method

This problem can be rectified using this new granddaddy of HTML technique:

The New CSS Button Style

off course, this New Method produces superior graphics.
In this case; the highlighted text now becomes white, brushed against a dark blue background.

Note: rarely do I tamper with the shading features in CSS Buttons.
However, in this case; I've altered the Text-Shadowing near the end.
The initial text-shadow:1px 1px 1px #ffffff; has been changed to text-shadow:0px 0px 0px #ffffff;

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when big changes are made, the colors can have an negative effect:

The Original CSS Button

It's certainly worth mentioning:
the changes can be minor, as well.
In this case, notice how the text only becomes a little darker when highlighted.
my other button

Also notice: The new onmouseout style color #3c3c3c is the same as within the CSS Code.
check out color:#3c3c3c; color of text within the style type="text/css" code.
Or, just for laughs, change them, and see exactly what happens.

Example 8 | Example 9 | Example 10 | Example 11 | Example 12 | Example 13 | Example 14 |

this entire page is using the mrm/TE shannon rebuild.
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