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Section B.2. Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements

B.2. Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements

B.2.1. :active

This applies to an element during the period in which it is being activated. The most common example of this is clicking on a hyperlink in an HTML document: during the time that the mouse button is being held down, the link is active. There are other ways to activate elements, and other elements can in theory be activated, although CSS doesn't define this.

Type: pseudo-class


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