Utility classes that change how users interact with contents of a website.
Change the way in which the content is selected when the user interacts with it.
<p class="user-select-all">This paragraph will be entirely selected when clicked by the user.</p> <p class="user-select-auto">This paragraph has default select behavior.</p> <p class="user-select-none">This paragraph will not be selectable when clicked by the user.</p>
.pe-auto classes to prevent or add element interactions.
<p><a href="#" class="pe-none" tabindex="-1" aria-disabled="true">This link</a> can not be clicked.</p> <p><a href="#" class="pe-auto">This link</a> can be clicked (this is default behavior).</p> <p class="pe-none"><a href="#" tabindex="-1" aria-disabled="true">This link</a> can not be clicked because the <code>pointer-events</code> property is inherited from its parent. However, <a href="#" class="pe-auto">this link</a> has a <code>pe-auto</code> class and can be clicked.</p>
.pe-noneclass (and the
pointer-eventsCSS property it sets) only prevents interactions with a pointer (mouse, stylus, touch). Links and controls with
.pe-noneare, by default, still focusable and actionable for keyboard users. To ensure that they are completely neutralized even for keyboard users, you may need to add further attributes such as
tabindex="-1"(to prevent them from receiving keyboard focus) and
disabledHTML attribute instead.
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