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Trevor Wood
Trevor Wood
17,828 Points

Last-child and Last-of-type Quick Question

Hey guys, I'm trying to get the last ">" to be removed on the last piece of text. Any ideas? Here's an example link

Trevor Wood
Trevor Wood
17,828 Points

Ah okay, fixed it. Didn't realize that for the last one you needed ":after" as well.

Question - #navigation li:last-of-type { content: none;}

Solution - #navigation li:last-of-type:after { content: none;}

1 Answer

You might not care for this project, but keep in mind that CSS3 advanced selectors like :nth-child(), :last-child, :first-of-type, etc. are not supported in IE8 and earlier. :)