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Styling siblings on hover in CSS

guerriero_se profile image Sebastiano Guerriero ・1 min read

Normally, you would need JavaScript to stylize all the siblings of an element you're interacting with. But wait! There's a cool method based 100% on CSS.

The idea, in short, is to target the :hover of the parent, then target all the children except the one you're hovering over.

.parent:hover .child:not(:hover) {
  /* this style affects all the children except the one you're hovering over */
}

Here's an example:

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This is great for menu on header and footer.