Pseudo-class UI selectors in Forms
CSS3 provides us with three pseudo-class user interface selectors that will come in very handy when styling interactive forms and applications. The enabled, disabled, and checked pseudo-class selectors allow us to style elements based on their current state within a form or an application.
As the name suggests, user interface selectors are designed to control the styling of user interfaces.
Here are some examples of how to use the pseudo-classcomments powered by Disqus