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  1. Create a page as well as a class style that modifies text. Try applying this style to text in the page, table cells, layers, and other objects in the page. Save the style internally (choose the This Document Only setting) and then move the styles to an external style sheet. Practice adding additional styles to the external style sheet.

  2. Create different definitions for the four hyperlink selectors: a:active, a:hover, a:link, and a:visited. You can find these selectors under the Selectors drop-down menu when you select Advanced in the New CSS Rule dialog box. Create a unique style for each selector. Write down the four colors you used and then figure out when each appears by previewing a link on the page with the style definitions in the browser.

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