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Filter a list: CSS Shorts Weekly
Filter a list: CSS Shorts Weekly

This episode demonstrates a technique using CSS and radio buttons to dynamically filter a listing of items on a webpage, without using any JavaScript. The sibling combinator selector in CSS allows you to select items in a list as they relate to the values of the radio buttons. Given the fact that you can check for strings contained in the attribute values, you can even assign more than category for a list item.

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Web Web Development CSS

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