:is() CSS pseudo-class
The `:is()` (formerly `:matches()`, formerly `:any()`) pseudo-class checks whether the element at its position in the outer selector matches any of the selectors in its selector list. It's useful syntactic sugar that allows you to avoid writing out all the combinations manually as separate selectors. The effect is similar to nesting in Sass and most other CSS preprocessors.
CSS nesting provides the ability to nest one style rule inside another, with the selector of the child rule relative to the selector of the parent rule. Similar behavior previously required a CSS pre-processor.
css selector: nesting selector (`&`)