Jourkey Jourkey - 5 months ago 170
CSS Question

Is there a "previous sibling" CSS selector?

+
is for the next sibling. Is there an equivalent for the previous sibling?

Answer

No, there is no "previous sibling" selector.

On a related note, ~ is for general successor sibling (meaning the element comes after this one, but not necessarily immediately after) and is a CSS3 selector. + is for next sibling and is CSS2.1.

See Adjacent sibling combinator from Selectors Level 3 and 5.7 Adjacent sibling selectors from Cascading Style Sheets Level 2 Revision 1 (CSS 2.1) Specification.