Today I learned that CSS has both pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. They share syntax but there’s subtle differences between them (such as ordering). I get why, from a technical point-of-view, but by Britney this could use a slap with the usability stick.

Today I learned that CSS has both pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. They share syntax but there’s subtle differences between them (such as ordering). I get why, from a technical point-of-view, but by Britney this could use a slap with the usability stick. […]

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Today I learned that CSS has both pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. They share syntax but there’s subtle differences between them (such as ordering). I get why, from a technical point-of-view, but by Britney this could use a slap with the usability stick.

Today I learned that CSS has both pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. They share syntax but there’s subtle differences between them (such as ordering). I get why, from a technical point-of-view, but by Britney this could use a slap with the usability stick. […]

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