Jen Simmons

Using :has() as a CSS Parent Selector and much more

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let’s take a step-by-step hands-on look at what web developers can do with this desperately desired tool. It turns out, the :has() pseudo-class is not just a “parent selector”. After decades of dead-ends, this selector can do far more.

I hope Firefox will support :has() soon! 🙏

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    Matthias Ott avatar Matthias Ott

    The New CSS

    This is the new CSS. The most powerful design tool for the Web ever. Only by using CSS, you can leverage what the platform is now capable of. Only…