Published on December 12, 2016 by Quentin Watt

This tutorial shows you how to use Psuedo classes.

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Here’s a list of Pseudo classes:
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19 Comments on "HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 22 – Pseudo Classes"

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Jimbei San
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Jimbei San
8 months 16 days ago

Interesting how in Chrome the syntax hover,active and the rest of them don't work. But in Firefox works just fine.

Sladjana Dragic
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Sladjana Dragic
9 months 2 days ago

:visited syntax is not working at me,all the oter is ok but that one is not for some reason

Sukhjit Multani
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Sukhjit Multani
9 months 3 days ago

?

Sukhjit Multani
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Sukhjit Multani
9 months 3 days ago

are you going to revise the javascript as well

Toby Kennedy
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Toby Kennedy
9 months 20 days ago

Fizz!!!!

Stephen Kurniawan
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Stephen Kurniawan
10 months 10 days ago

the nth-child pseudo class, does it start with 0?

Marcus Ferreira
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Marcus Ferreira
10 months 11 days ago

thank you Quentin for your great tutorial, in my native language "portuguese" we don't have a quality course like this one available.

Jeff M
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Jeff M
10 months 15 days ago

This series is <strong>really</strong> terrific! Quentin is great. Every question about CSS I ever had is being answered one by one. I looked at Patreon in order to make a donation but I'd like to do so a single time only, size of my choosing. Is there a way to do so. I only see monthly.

David MACFARLANE
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David MACFARLANE
11 months 4 days ago

i also seem to be having trouble getting sublime to recognize p:hover syntax… great tutorials though Quentin – thank you very much!

esje2601
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esje2601
11 months 8 days ago

Great CSS teacher 🙂

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