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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Using Combinators in Selectors

I dont understand what im doing

div > p{ color:green; font-weight:bold; }

2 Answers

Nachiket Kumar
Nachiket Kumar
3,590 Points

Sorry, you'll need to be more specific with your questions. I can't even tell what your question is.

It basically says you are assigning those CSS rules to the <p> element, under <div>.

This might help you: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4459821/css-selector-what-is-it

Edit: Here follows an example (I don't know if this is what you asked)

    div p{color:green;}
    div>p {color:red;}
        <p>red <p>red too</p></p>
            <p>green <p>