completed bug add tag
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The background is too white, so it is quite difficult to see what site the mouse is on in a quick glance.

To other items the color is very fine:

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Top Answer
An alternative to adjusting the background-color (which may be complicated since it depends on a CSS variable that's used in other places?) is increasing the font-weight on hover

![Jun-01-2020 13-34-27.gif](/image?hash=789da6a67845f773301fc76d7dcc58c5014c4fe851ae3eac7d2ed46c5a00387e)
Answer #2
Jack Douglas
Thanks, we've gone for the simple option of adding a border as well on hover.
Answer #3
Another alternative is a `text-shadow` to make use of the `transition` property that is already there:

![Jun-01-2020 13-46-33_textshadow.gif](/image?hash=19305f8cad78bcefecc25ea7accc39af73034a457315626ece517b3595511a88)

  -.3px -.3px 0 #999999,
  .3px -.3px 0 #999999,
  -.3px .3px 0 #999999,
  .3px .3px 0 #999999;

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