I'd like to ask devs when they think :has css selector will be finally fully implemented in firefox. In fact, it's the only browsers blocking this revolution in css authoring.
Support for CSS :has() has been enabled in Firefox 119 (Nightly channel atm)
You might also look at this bug/comment:
You might also look at this bug/comment
Thanks for bringing this game changer earlier, much appreciated!
Great news! If no setback is found, how long would it usually take to go from Nightly to the production version?
Looks like it's enabled in FF119: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1853701
We will have a few tweaks to follow-up in 120 but all in all, we are pleased to get Has() done.
Evvivaaa!!! Grazie! Thank you!
hm ? So, we are used to some special behaviour from IE / Edge, but Firefox should not be so far behind - right?
@Guenni007"Firefox should not be so far behind"
That's also what I thought when I first heard of the `:has()` selector, but apparently it's the way it is, although they say it's enabled by default in Firefox Developer Edition since a few days. I can't confirm that (I've manually enabled the flag `layout.css.has-selector.enabled` before updating and it's still shown in bold with the revert to default button besides it in about:config) but I hope that it'll roll out within this year and I'm confident that that will actually happen, at least before the end of 2024.