Thank you Günter for your answer.
However I don't know if it solves my problem:
Does it work with pictures ? I know it's OK with text hyperlinks.
But what happens if I want (let's be crazy )
-normal = lion
-Hover = elephant
-Active = bear
-visited = hunter
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No, hyperlink styles are text styles, not graphic styles.
You can't assign any hyperlink styles to images, because the is no "Visited" state.
Don't know, If browsers and HTML conventions even support this.
Yes, with CSS and HTML5 it's possible: I did it once.
As I want my web site to be responsive while writing only once I wanted to bulid it with Muse instead of Dreamweaver...
Anyway, thank you for your answers.
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