Pure CSS Content Filter

Pure CSS Content Filter for a simpler effect with fewer lines of CSS, trade the width, height, padding, margin, and opacity properties in each checked input style for “display:none;” — these styles were just set to have a nice transition between filters. Coded by Sam Gordon

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