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14 Nov, 2010 06:17 PM
I'm just experimenting with LESS and so far I've been very impressed, but I ran into a problem with a nested rule with :hover and .myClass:hover. Attached is the file, both with what I would have expected to work and the plain-old-CSS hack that makes it actually work.
I'm using LESS.js, should I be using the ruby script to see what CSS it produces?
thanks in advance
2 Posted by lvh on 14 Nov, 2010 10:37 PM
FWIW I tested it with the :visited pseudoclass and that doesn't work either which leads me to believe I'm just doing something wrong.
3 Posted by Chris on 16 Nov, 2010 09:25 PM
I've ran across this as well, my solution was to use the "&" symbol to force a:hover
4 Posted by kenmaclord on 06 Dec, 2010 05:46 PM
thanks for this tips, it work perfectly with the & symbol.
The reason was that the nesting rule put a white space between nav
and :hover. In CSS 'nav :hover' fails, but 'nav:hover' works.
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