How to Dynamically Highlight Content Like Wikipedia Using CSS3

If you’ve ever clicked on a footnote link in a Wikipedia article, you’ve probably noticed that two things happen: 1 the link brings you to the footnote section at the bottom of the page; and 2 the selected footnote is highlighted with a different color. In a list of footnotes, this feature makes it easy for the reader to visually access the appropriate footnote.This is a neat little technique that is accomplished easily using the CSS3 :target pseudo-class selector. Unfortunately, this is another CSS3 feature that has no support in Internet Explorer, and so has been largely overlooked up to this point but there are solutions for IE…

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