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Ruby Build a Simple Ruby on Rails Application Frontend Development Adding Interactivity

Isn't there an easier way to toggle hover state?

Cant we just use this:

.status .admin { display: none; }

.status:hover .admin { display: inline; }

this would require no javascript or coffeescript. Just css.

2 Answers

Yes this is the way I did it. It's done the JS route due to the video being created prior to the :hover pseudo classes being available. So your route is correct.

yeah thanks. That's what i thought :)

No problem!

Yes. Definitely watch the sass lessons, once set up you can do:

.status .admin { 
    display: none; 
        display: inline;

Totally right, but I think the OP was referring to the unnecessary use of JS in the videos, rather than the use of the CSS/SCSS

good to know. thanks :)