Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 10: Combinators

When using CSS to style elements within an HTML document, you must first grab a hold of the specific element(s) you want to style (we call this obtaining a reference). CSS provides several methods for targeting HTML elements for styling. One such method is the use of combinators, which is selecting HTML elements based on their relationships with other elements within the document structure. For example, selecting all elements that have the same parent element.

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Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 09: Attribute Selectors

When using CSS to style elements within an HTML document, you must first grab a hold of the specific element(s) you want to style (we call this obtaining a reference). CSS provides several methods for targeting HTML elements for styling. One such method is the use of attribute selectors, which is selecting HTML elements based on whether or not there are elements with a specific attribute set and/or the value of that attribute contains specific text. For example, selecting all elements that have a ‘title’ attribute set.

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Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 08: Compound Selectors

As our HTML and/or the design becomes more complex, it can become tricky trying to select only the HTML elements you want to style with CSS. In order to help with this problem, CSS provides an advanced method for selecting elements using two or more selectors (type, class, id) at the same time in what are called compound selectors.

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Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 07: ID Selectors

When using CSS to style elements within an HTML document, you must first grab a hold of the specific element(s) you want to style (we call this obtaining a reference). CSS provides several methods for targeting HTML elements for styling. One such method is the use of id selectors, which is selecting an HTML element by a developer created unique keyword assigned to a single element through the use of the element’s ‘id’ attribute. For example, selecting the one and only DIV tag that has an ‘id’ attribute with the keyword ‘user-name’.

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Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 06: Class Selectors

When using CSS to style elements within an HTML document, you must first grab a hold of the specific element(s) you want to style (we call this obtaining a reference). CSS provides several methods for targeting HTML elements for styling. One such method is the use of class selectors, which is selecting HTML elements by a developer created keyword assigned to the elements through the use of the element’s ‘class’ attribute. For example, selecting all DIV tags that have a ‘class’ attribute with the keyword ‘container’.

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Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 05: Type Selectors

When using CSS to style elements within an HTML document, you must first grab a hold of the specific element(s) you want to style (we call this obtaining a reference). CSS provides several methods for targeting HTML elements for styling. One such method is the use of type selectors, which is selecting HTML elements by their element type. For example, selecting all anchor tags in order to change the color of links within the page.

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