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CSS: Selectors (113a)
Selectors are one of the most important aspects of CSS. Selectors are used to pick the elements of an HTML page that will be styled by CSS.
This class covers the rules and logic of CSS selectors. The goal is to teach you to positively, confidently, and efficiently identify specific page elements for CSS styling. We’ll show you how to create basic selectors. To employ advanced methods to combine selectors and create contextual selectors. Learn the differences between Class and ID selectors, when to use them, and how to apply them to HTML elements. We’ll also show you how to create simple page interactivity by using basic pseudo-classes.
Mastery of selectors is an essential CSS skill. Strong selector skills make it much easier to apply CSS to web pages. These skills are especially valuable for applying CSS to poorly-structured or complicated web pages generated by content management systems (CMS).
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