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Does HTML and CSS without Javascript allow one HTML and CSS to control' the  color attribute  depending on another HTML control's radio button clicked state?

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Does HTML and CSS without Javascript allow one HTML and CSS to control' the  color attribute  depending on another HTML control's radio button clicked state? I read CSS3 the missing manual Fully Revised 5th edition Covers HTMl5 by Mr. Davis Sawyer McFarland an dit says nothing thsi question.
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               frankc123
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No, you would need javascript for that.  The only actions that CSS can control are for the 'pseudo-element' attributes for hover and visited.  HTML and CSS are not programming languages that make decisions but javascript is.  This page covers the pseudo-classes:  http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_pseudo_classes.asp
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Mr. David Baldwin provided a 100% accurate answer at midnight last night 15 minute after I asked my Experts Exchange question on this topic.
Dave, Thank you very ,much.
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      Frankc123 of Arlington Heights, Massachusetts
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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