I have some text in my website footer that’s hyperlinked, and I could use help with how to modify it so the color changes to white on hover. Right now it starts out blue and changes to black on hover. Since the background color of my footer is black, however, it’s black-on-black so it’s invisible. I ONLY want the text to change to white on hover in the FOOTER, however. This is probably easy to do, but I’m not a CSS pro and I could use some help.
I can’t believe I didn’t include the site URL in my post; what a bone-headed move! My wife actually figured out the solution, so I no longer need help, but thanks for following up anyway. The footer of our site (http://staging.boise-family-ec.flywheelsites.com/, username “flywheel”, password “tender-reaction”) was built using the Beaver Builder Header Footer plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/bb-header-footer/), so all I needed to do was modify the settings of the hyperlink colors for the row in my footer page. I had no idea you could control color settings for individual rows within Beaver Builder… Very cool revelation!
The issue has been resolved and my ticket can be closed.