How to Change Caret Color in CSS

CSS often has some hidden gems. One of them is the caret-color property. Seems like you can really change everything with CSS. You can use it to give different color to your carets inside input fields:

<!-- You can set the color of the caret for your input -->
<style>
  .golden {
    caret-color: goldenrod;
  }

  .transparent {
    caret-color: transparent;
  }
</style>

<input value="I have a golden rod" class="golden" />
<input value="I don’t caret" class="transparent" />
caret-color.html
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Note that you also have the option to make it invisible, by simply setting its value to transparent.

How to Change Caret Color in CSS
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