It is called pseudo-selector and used to select all the elements when the user move mouse over the elements. It can be used on all the element. A <!DOCTYPE html> element must be declared in the document to see the working of this selector in all the elements.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by a:hover selector are listed below:
- Apple Safari 3.1
- Google Chrome 4.0
- Firefox 2.0
- Opera 9.6
- Internet Explorer 7.0
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