Picture this scenario: a user clicks an anchor that has an :active pseudo class applied to it. If the user releases the mouse when cursor is still in the boundaries of that anchor, the :active class is removed. But if the user drags the mouse and leave the boundaries of that anchor, the :active class just stays there until next mouse click.
Is there a known solution/workaround for this issue?
I’ve tried sorting this out with jQuery’s mousedown() and mouseup() events, but it’s the same logic – the mouseup() won’t register as a click unless it occurs on the same element where the mousedown() occurred.
Help would be much appreciated.
EDIT: Found a solution thanks to Google’s search button. Just changed the markup from anchor tag to a button tag.
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