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accent-color CSS property allows us to change the accent of
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by David Walsh (@darkwing)
accent-color is a lovely addition to
input CSS elements. I love any CSS feature that encourages using native elements instead of shimming your own to improve branding and design. Let's hope for more CSS features like
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The accent-color CSS property allows us to change the accent of input ….. JUST IN CHROME!
In Safari, FF, – its not working
Check this before: https://caniuse.com/?search=accent-color