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Interactive Pseudo-Classes :link :visited :hover :active

DOM Hierarchy Pseudo Classes :first-child :last-child :nth-child (demystified)

CSS :target Selector

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Targeting Elements with CSS Attribute Selectors

Focus management using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript

Using CSS Combinators to Identify Siblings and Descendants in CSS

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CSS :not Selector

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Form Pseudo Classes :focus :disabled :checked :invalid :required

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Interactive Pseudo-Classes :link :visited :hover :active

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The interactive pseudo-classes for links (and buttons) allow us to make sure the user knows what elements on the page are interactive and that they can use them to navigate the website.

css tutorial about DOM Hierarchy Pseudo Classes :first-child :last-child :nth-child (demystified)

DOM Hierarchy Pseudo Classes :first-child :last-child :nth-child (demystified)

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DOM hierarchy pseudo-classes allow you to style specific elements based on where they fall in the hierarchy and what type of elements they are. You can also use :nth-child to target custom element patterns, like every other element.

css tutorial about CSS :target Selector

CSS :target Selector

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The :target selector allows us to interact with a fragment identifier, or hash, in our URL from CSS.

css tutorial about Targeting Elements with CSS Attribute Selectors

Targeting Elements with CSS Attribute Selectors

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Beyond classes and IDs CSS also provides selectors to target element based on their attributes. In this lesson we'll look at selecting elements based on attributes and using CSS modifiers to identify variations of those values

css tutorial about Focus management using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript

Focus management using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript

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Something important to consider when coding a web application is managing the user's focus. For keyboard and screen reader users, we must ensure their focus is not dropped as content is deleted or shown in new contexts. Skip links also provide a way for users to get past a lot of content. In this lesson, you'll learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript techniques for focus management that can be applied to many situations.

css tutorial about Using CSS Combinators to Identify Siblings and Descendants in CSS

Using CSS Combinators to Identify Siblings and Descendants in CSS

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CSS combinators allows us to reference the DOM relationship between two or more elements in CSS.

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CSS :not Selector

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The CSS :not() selector allows us to exclude a subset of elements matched by our selector. In this example we refactor two selectors down to one using the CSS :not() selector.

css tutorial about Form Pseudo Classes :focus :disabled :checked :invalid :required

Form Pseudo Classes :focus :disabled :checked :invalid :required

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Using just semantic CSS Pseudo-Classes you can help define important states for form elements that ensure the user provides the correct data without frustration.

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