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Spoiler means css

Cпойлер средствами css

The idea of ​​this article, not expecting the advent of html5, to make a spoiler "by click" through css and HTML.

Earlier in the internet, attempts were made to implement this through pseudo-classes, mainly through: focus, which led to the self-hiding of the container, with loss of focus.

The basis of this construction is a pseudo-class : checked

The idea is minimalistically like this:

      / * CSS * /
 .spoiler> input + .box {
     display: none;
 }
 .spoiler> input: checked + .box {
     display: block;
 }


The text of the message in the spoiler.

As you can see, it turned out to be a cross-browser code, starting with IE9, where there is already a pseudo-class ": checked" and ending with the current versions of other browsers. According to the plan, this is a "clean" html-css implementation.

When trying to expand the action on IE6-8, (here, as usual for ue, the "purity" of the implementation is lost), and we connect the Google pseudo-class library for IE:





The code for "dancing with cross-browser compatibility" * was tested in XP, Win7-8 *







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Cons: in IE6-7 - the chekit panel "vintage" is pushed to the left of the spoiler; (But we did not set ourselves the task of supporting the data of Ie in the original plans.

PS: The code allows you to view the content of the spoiler when java-script is disabled, - that is claimed when surfing from old mobile phones, anonymizers or from hard-wired firewalls.

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