In our previous article we described how the browser uses CSS to render beautiful pixels to the user’s screen. Although modern CSS can (and should!) be used to create highly interactive user experiences, for the last mile of interactivity, we need to dynamically update the HTML document. For that, we’re going to need JavaScript.

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