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Published 11 months agoSun, 02 Dec 2018 03:43:32 -0800

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Is there a CSS selector that allows a parent element to be selected? I am attempting to write a custom radio button set where if the radio button is checked, then apply a style rule to both the radio button and it's label (which is a parent element). Is this even possible with pure CSS?

Or alternatively modifying the CSS label if the button is checked?

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