The Difference Between the :where() and :is() CSS Selectors

The CSS selectors :where() and :is() are two pseudo-classes that allow you to select elements based on their relationship with other elements. Although they sound similar, they are different in terms of functionality and syntax.

This post was originally published on 1stWebDesigner by Editorial Team.

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