With more power, comes more responsibility.
One of the things that CSS allows you to control is the hover state of many objects, most notably, anchor (<a>) elements. Typically, the hover state is styled with color changes, or perhaps something a bit fancier like a background-image change (or a background-position change re: CSS Sprites).
But that’s not all you can change. Just as easily, you are able to change font-weight, margin, padding, or literally height and width if you … Read article “Avoid “CSS Jitter””