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CSS CSS Selectors Selectors - Beyond the Basics Course Overview

:disabled and :checked

i assigned "disable" to my input and later went to style it in my CSS like this :disabled{background-color:red;}. although the input was disabled but the background-color didn't reflect

QUESTION OR :CHECKED in my CSS file, i used attribute selectors for my styles like this input[type="checkbox"]:checked + label{font-weight:bold;} i did that because i wanted to make the label text bold when its checked but it didn't work

How do i go about the two?

2 Answers

Travis Alstrand
Travis Alstrand
Treehouse Teacher

It would be very helpful if we could see your code in instances like this. You could share a snapshot of your workspace or a link to your github repo if you're working on it locally! :smiley:

Did you assign disabled or disable to your input?