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The first portion of a CSS Rule is a CSS selector. It's a pattern of elements and other phrases that tells the browser which HTML elements should be chosen to apply the CSS property values from the rule to.

CSS Selectors allow us to use style sheets to target certain HTML elements. While there are other sorts of CSS selectors, today's course will focus on the four most important ones: Type, ID, Class, and Descendant selectors.

CSS selectors are a type of CSS rule. CSS selectors pick HTML components based on their id, class, type, attribute, and other attributes. CSS selectors come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Element Selector in CSS.

Of course, they also enable you to perform more complex tasks, such as selecting all of a list's children except the last one. In fact, there are several ways to accomplish this, some of which are more difficult than others.

  • There are many basic different types of selectors.
  • Element Selector.
  • Id Selector.
  • Class Selector.
  • Universal Selector.
  • Group Selector.

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