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Feb 20, 2020 attribute is always enabled in Firefox when you are not using a NoScript Firefox extension that overrides the checked attribute. Behavior of the :checked pseudo-class in Firefox: Even when a Firefox extension is active that overrides the checked property for an element, the :checked pseudo-class matches the checked state of the element. input[type="checkbox"]:checked, input[type="radio"]:checked { box-sizing: border-box; padding-right: 20px; padding-left: 20px; } Jan 26, 2020 :checked is an example of a :pseudo-class and not a pseudo-element because it can be applied to any element including any tag name, tag attribute or CSS. With CSS you can write :checked like so: .someClass:checked{ background-color: yellow; } Note: The background property is always inherited. :checked :checked.someClass If no CSS applies to a given element, only the default styling for it will be applied. This means that as you saw above, the default for an input tag is not to render an outline. Note: The :checked selector will also match if the background is empty (i.e., transparent). :checked:not([disabled="disabled"]) :checked[disabled] :checked[disabled][tabindex]:-1 :checked:disabled You can also make it a class by writing it like so: .someClass:checked{ background-color: yellow; } The :checked selector will also match if the background is empty (i.e., transparent). :checked:not([disabled="disabled"]) :checked[disabled] :checked[disabled][tabindex]:-1 :checked:disabled Note: The :checked selector will also match if the background is empty (i.e., transparent). :checked :checked.someClass An easy way to make a pseudo-class apply to an element is to give it a class of the same name like so: .someClass:checked{ background-color: yellow; } The :checked selector will also match if the background is empty (i.e., transparent). :checked .someClass Note: The :checked selector









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