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Rahul Chhodde
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Jul 28, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

The advanced guide to the CSS :has() selector

Rahul Chhodde I'm a software developer with over seven years of experience in different web technologies.

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2 Replies to "The advanced guide to the CSS :has() selector"

  1. Wow… wait a sec…

    Forgive the “delusions of grandeur”, but given a JAMstack-like architecture with a pre-configured pre-rendered but hidden HTML layout of some sort (schema?), would `:has()`, maybe in combination with `:not(:empty)`, allow for a pure CSS UI to detect, rearrange, and show itself, solely based on the changes of its (dynamic) content?

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