You can easily define styles associated with hyperlink states.
With the text frame selected go to the Hyperlinks drop-down menu in the Control Strip, or Choose File > Site Properties in the Menu, then click the Hyperlinks tab.
If this is your first time setting link styles, you’ll Default Link Style.
Select a link style you want to modify in the links list or click the New Link Style button to create a new style. With your link style selected, choose different colors for the different states of the link. Your changes will be saved when you click OK and close the dialog box, and you will be able to apply the custom style to any link on any page, just as you would apply any character style to text.
Either the instructions are convoluted or the hyperlink to pages doesn't work. When I select a menu item which should take the visitor to the page selected no pages show up in the hyperlink box. Nothing appears in the hyperlink box. Now this may just be a problem of writing the
instructions incorrectly, but either way it is a frustration. Up til now I though Wow this is a Great Program! Now I am a bit disappointed. I hope this problem with be fixed or explained better very soon as my whole site depends on being able to navagate the site easily.
I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to do, but if you drag a menu widget out of the Widget Library by default it will populate with one menu item for each top level page in your site and the links are automatically generated. You don't need to assign any links.
Select the Menu item and then Click on Stoke. Then unlock the setting which says keep all stroke setting same.
And then apply a value only to Right Stroke.
Please have a look at the video which might help : http://trainingwebcom.worldsecuresystems.com/SachinFTP/2013-07-05_1335 .swf