:has() is a new CSS selector which allows developers to query for the presence of a child or state. It has been called the “parent selector”, but it’s much more than that! Using :has() you can style up and down a DOM tree, making this an incredible powerful feature. Learn how to take advantage of this new API with lots of examples in this episode.
Una Kravets (co-host)
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Adam Argyle (co-host)
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