iHover (35 effects). iHover is a collection of hover effects powered by CSS3. There are 20 circle hover effects and 15 square hover effects. To use the effects, you will need to write some HTML markup and include the CSS files With support for CSS3 increasing with each new release for every browser, and those tiresome CSS2-only browsers slowly dropping off the usage charts, we have far more options for hover effects and transitions in general. Almost all the calls to action that you see on the Web use some form of hover. Note that the dashed border on a round pseudo-element (border-radius: 50%) does not work in FF 21.
I would use two classes. Keep your test class and add a second class called testhover which you only add to those you want to hover - alongside the test class I have a case where I must write inline CSS code, and I want to apply a hover style on an anchor. How can I use a:hover in inline CSS inside the HTML style attribute?. E.g. you can't reliably use CSS classes in HTML emails With some general styles defined for the grid and its items, we then specify the individual effects. The following effect, called Sadie, will have a pseudo-element with a linear gradient slide in from the bottom and reveal some more text P RACTICAL EXAMPLES H ere you can see a few examples on how CSS can be used to replace the traditional image based mouseover effects for links. T he hover style is not supported by Netscape browsers prior to version 6, but since it does no harm, you can still use it for the benefit of the +90% of visitors that arrive using MSIE)