⚠️ Important update around using #CSS `:has()` Its argument no longer is a <forgiving-relative-selector-list> but… https://t.co/rFgELrrTPt
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On CSS4-Selectors you'll find information about the next Cascading Style Sheets Selectors Level 4 which is currently just a W3C working draft, however the first modern web browsers already implemented some parts of this new specification! Please note unlike up the monolithic CSS2.1 specification the newer specs are modularized, which means there is no more single level version.Check out the new selectors »
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A pull request from @krystian3w was merged which updated the current browser support for the relational pseudo-class :has.
A pull request from @ZhangEnming was merged for a corrected example on the relational pseudo-class.
A pull request from @arodponyboy was merged and several more browser support lists were updated. Happy new year everyone!
Our first pull request got merged, thanks Andrew Wong for your contribution! Everyone is invited to participate on… https://t.co/KJkPVPdaNC