Experimental CSS Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements

In my previous article, I’ve showcased new HTML and CSS features to look forward to in 2018. In this post, I’m digging a bit deeper and showing some experimental CSS pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements that will soon provide lots of new possibilities for developers.
Please note that features described in this article are experimental and therefore aren’t working in all browsers, or require the use of vendor prefixes. Make sure to visit the compatibility links to know in which situation a particular pseudo-class or pseudo-element can be used.

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