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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Basic Attribute Selectors

Marcelo Pasos
Marcelo Pasos
2,019 Points

Create an attribute selector that will target <a> elements with a title attribute. Add a color property with the value d

Create an attribute selector that will target <a> elements with a title attribute. Add a color property with the value darkred.

3 Answers

Rivka Stein
Rivka Stein
2,541 Points
[title]{
  color: darkred;
}
Marcelo Pasos
Marcelo Pasos
2,019 Points

Thanks alot! I was doing this: a [title]{ color: darkred; }

Does anyone know why it doesn't need an "a" element selector? Is it because there is only one element anyway with a title attribute?