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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS Make It Beautiful With CSS Select and Style by Class

Spencer Renfro
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Spencer Renfro
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I am not sure if the .card-title tag has to be that name or if it can be any other name as long as it mirrored in html

I am not sure if the .card-title tag has to be card-title or if it can be any other name as long as it mirrored with the html with ". "before it. E.g. <h2 class="any-name">Background</h2>

styles.css would show .any-name {}

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Either one or both (separated by a space) since html elements can have more than one class name. Whatever rules you have for that class in your css would apply.