CSS provides us with a handful of pseudo classes that are specific to HTML5 forms. They allow us to create forms that are easier to fill out by highlighting fields that are required, optional, valid, invalid, etc. Pseudo Classes for Forms The following pseudo classes are all related to form elements with examples on how
The :root pseudo class, at first glance, is a little odd. It seems like it’s simply a replacement for using the HTML tag as a CSS selector. There’s a little bit more to it than that and in this article I will explain what the :root pseudo class is and why you might use it.
For the longest time the only pseudo selectors that we could use were :link, :hover, :visited and :active and they could only be applied to a tags. As long as we were intending to support ie6 that was all we could do. As we’ve adopted philosophies like progressive enhancement, graceful degradation, or dropped support for