eloism eloism - 1 year ago 136
Sass (Sass) Question

SCSS : change element style if child input is checked or not

I have never used SCSS before and I would liketo know if it would allow me to style an element depending if the checkbox located inside is checked or not.

For instance, I have :

<input type="checkbox"/>

and I would liketo change the content of
depending if the box is checked or not.

Does SCSS allows things like this ? If yes,how can I do it ?

The reason that led me to consider SCSS to execute this is that (if I'm not mistaking) it is indeed possible with SASS.

However since I am not familiar with SASS I'd ratherdo it with SCSS, as converting my file is apparently very easy.

Answer Source

No, there is no CSS selector that allows one to style an element based on the state of its children.

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