Tag: specificity-rules

Understand CSS functional pseudo-class selectors :is() and :where()

Long selector lists can occasionally result from developing CSS in order to target numerous items with the same style rules. A CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to a selector that specifies a special state of the selected element(s). Both :is() and :where() are pseudo-class functions that will help shorten and avoid repetition in creating the selectors. They both take an array of arguments of selectors (ids, classes, tags, etc..) and selects any element that can be selected in that list. Read this blog post or watch the video below to learn more about the :is() and :where(). Problem Statement When we...

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