Pointer Events

Can I use ?Can I use ?
pointer-events:valuepointer-events: value
pointer-events:autopointer-events: auto
pointer-events:none / untouchablepointer-events: none
pointer-events:visiblePaintedpointer-events: visiblePainted
pointer-events:visibleFillpointer-events: visibleFill
pointer-events:visibleStrokepointer-events: visibleStroke
pointer-events:visiblepointer-events: visible
pointer-events:paintedpointer-events: painted
pointer-events:fillpointer-events: fill
pointer-events:strokepointer-events: stroke
pointer-events:allpointer-events: all
pointer-events:bounding-boxpointer-events: bounding-box


The pointer-events CSS property sets under what circumstances (if any) a particular graphic element can become the target of pointer events.

<a class="">
<div class="...">
    <a href="#" class="pointer-events:auto m:auto">Example Link</a>

Applying with functions

<div class="pointer-events:$(radius)">...</div>

Master supports native CSS variables and functions, just add var(--key) or use shorthand$(key) for variables.

You can also use calc(expression), env(expression) and other CSS functions if the property supports it.

To learn more, see the Functions documentation.

Conditionally apply

States and selectors

<div class="pointer-events:auto:hover">...</div>

Master supports all native CSS selectors, just add :hover, :disabled, chaining, combinators and other CSS selectors as usual.

To learn more, see the Selectors documentation.

Responsive breakpoints

<div class="pointer-events:auto@sm">...</div>

Responsive breakpoints can be applied to all styles. Some available breakpoints are 3xs, 2xs, xs, sm,md, lg, xl, 2xl, 3xl, 4xl. Arbitrary breakpoints can be specified through comparison operators >, >=, <, <=.

To learn more, see the Breakpoints documentation.

<div class="pointer-events:auto@print">...</div>

Master supports media types like print, screen, speech, all, and other media queries.

To learn more, see the Media Queries documentation.

Dark mode and color schemes

<div class="pointer-events:auto@dark">...</div>

Master uses the selector html.dark to support color schemes. Now, you can easily fine-tune your style for the color schemes.

To learn more, see the Color Schemes documentation.

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