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Posting this for the weekly Codepen challenge - my idea for using the Details and Summary tags

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  1. Kate @planetkrater on

    Wow, nailed it. I forgot how beautiful that font is too <3.

  2. How were you able to use mouse-click transitions? How does the code know I clicked on it? (New to CSS)

  3. @HeroicToaster I actually didn’t do that part, it’s actually built into the new HTML tag. No CSS or Javascript needed. When you click the < summary > tag, the < details > tag will appear. Check it out - https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_summary.asp 🙂

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