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    What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

    by sdreatech ·

    What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

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      Re: pseudo-class

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

      That might depend on the OO-language you consider. I see they exist at least in Java FX 8 and in CSS.

      Once you know that, try a google search like <language> pseudo-class to find out.

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      They are powerful tools that enhance web pages based on user actions

      by rodniekeith ·

      In reply to What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

      A pseudo-class in CSS is a keyword added to a selector that specifies a special state of the selected element(s) that can’t be targeted using simple selectors. Pseudo-classes allow you to style elements based on their interaction state or position in the document. There are several kinds of pseudo-classes, including but not limited to:

      1. :hover: Selects an element when a user hovers over it.
      2. :active: Selects an element when it is being activated by a user (e.g., clicked on).
      3. :first-child: Selects the first child of its parent element.
      4. :nth-child(n): Selects elements based on their position in a parent element (e.g., every third element).
      5. :not(selector): Selects elements that do not match the given selector.

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      Reply To: What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

      by SameekshaM ·

      In reply to What’s pseudo-class? How many kinds of pseudo-class?

      In CSS, a pseudo-class defines the special state of an element.

      It is used to:
      1. Style an element when you hover a mouse over it.
      2. Style visited and unvisited links differently.
      3. Style an element when it gets focused.

      CSS has over 60 pseudo-classes. However, many of them are not supported by some browsers.

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