Conditionally Apply Style on Hover with the CSS Hover Pseudo-class

Laurie Barth
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Use the hover pseudo-class to apply conditional styling when a user interacts with an element but has not yet activated it.

Instructor: [0:01] Start with a simple selector. We're adding the rule background color and setting it to red. If we add a colon and the hover pseudo class, that rule will only apply when a mouse is hovered over the button.

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