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:in-range and :out-of-range selector in CSS

in CSS on September 24, 2020

:in-range selector

:in-range selector apply the style on the elements with the value within the specified range. 

NOTE: It only works for input elements with min and/or max attributes.

Example

:out-of-range selector

:out-of-range selector apply the style on the elements with the value out of the specified range. 

NOTE: It only works for input elements with min and/or max attributes.

Example


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