What are CSS Toggle Switches?
A CSS toggle switch is a checkbox element in a UI-rich method. It serves as a switch between two different things, for example, a “light” and “dark” theme or a “Yes” and a "No” answer.
To help you better organize your large pieces of content, you can use the CSS toggle switch. Unlike traditional checkboxes, the toggle switch option allows you to switch on or off any kind of content, without changing its actual state. For example, you can choose to show or hide additional details about an item (e.g. photos, videos). However, there is no specific pattern for approaching the implementation of a CSS toggle switch.