This is the ninth part in my CSS Styling tutorials, in which I will be covering Pseudo states/classes.
What Is a Pseudo State?
A pseudo state or class is an event which has been triggered by the user, such as moving the mouse to hover over the elements in question, for example.
States are important for a professional looking website. Each state can set different properties on different elements for the user to easily tell what they have/are done/doing.
States can be used for any element, class or id as long as it makes sense. For example; you can use hover
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