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I was wondering if there is a way to update a CSS class property in real-time.
For example, imagine a CSS class that simply sets the background-color of an element to "red" and 3 elements in an HTML page that are members of this class. I would like to be able to update the class by setting the background-color of the class to "blue" and as soon as I do that, the web client changes (on its own) the background color of the 3 elements to blue. All of this must happen on the web client (NOT on the server) AFTER the HTML page has loaded (maybe as the result of a DOM event that triggers the update of the CSS class property).
A better approach?
|asked||Apr 15, 2016|
|active||Apr 16, 2016|
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