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CSS CSS Selectors Going Further with Attribute Selectors and Pseudo-Classes Structural and Element States Pseudo-Classes Review

"The___pseudo-class can target the checked state of a radio button or checkbox." It won't accpet input:checked. Why not?

I think this might be bugged. According to the lesson, "input:checked" would be the correct pseudoclass, however it's not accepting that answer, and I can't complete the quiz. Can someone please fix the bug so I can put in the right answer. Thanks

1 Answer

Joshua Ordehi
Joshua Ordehi
4,648 Points

Doesn't it give you the option :checked without input? The pseudo-class itself should be :checked, input:checked is one of its uses so it shouldn't be the correct answer to that specific question.