Bjørn Wikkeling
Sep 4, 2018 · 1 min read

That was a very interesting read! It got me thinking whether it would be possible to make the star ratings 100% pure CSS. Have a look at my example on codepen.

I did add a tiny bit of JS for possible posting to a server or local storage, but that can be condensed into 3 lines :)

document.querySelector('.stars').addEventListener('click', e => {
// figure out which star was clicked
const rating = Array.from(e.currentTarget.querySelectorAll('input')).indexOf( + 1;
// see codepen for full code example:

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