Making my first ever little Twine as a prototype for a potential point-n-click game and am struggling with changing the tw-link.hover and tw-link.visited visuals in the CSS Stylesheet.
As it's a detective-style game there's a lot of going back-and-forth so having the default purpleish visited links is ugly and misleading.
border-bottom: solid #ffffff
border-bottom: solid #666666
In-game though the links always appear cyan when hovered over and purple when visited. Looked at a number of forum answers and Harlow tutorials already but I can't spot where I'm going wrong.
Help would be appreciated!
The second issue is that your .visited class's color property is missing a semi-colon at the end of it. You also don't need the tw-link part in the selector because it is defined as global class.
The third issue is that there are two different types of links in Harlowe, the tw-link element based ones and the enchantment-link class based ones.
This comment in the Harlowe -Changing color of text.... thread describes the four standard states of Harlowe links which are: normal, hover, visited, and visited:hover
Your CSS example should look something like: