Simplified Parent Element Selection for Drupal with CSS

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Théodore Biadala has published an article discussing the transition from using jQuery's .parents() method to utilizing CSS : has() for selecting parent elements in web development. The piece, featured on his blog, outlines the practicality and efficiency of this approach, providing examples and insights into how CSS : has() can streamline the process of identifying parent elements without relying on jQuery. Check out the original article for details. The link is provided in the source reference. 

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