Here is a useful list of CSS selectors to be used throughout your CSS documents. We will be using many of them in the upcoming series "The Comprehensive Guide, Dreamscape".
However much you know about HTML, these selectors should be obvious, and easy to understand, within HTML markup you use "elements" (a), "attributes" (href="") and "values" (title=""); in the same way CSS markup uses "selectors" (#title), "properties" (width:) and "values" (200px;).
So to get you started:
Posted On: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008 @ 5:24 pm by Ian Tearle
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