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Descendant Selectors

CSS lets you target elements based on their relationships in the HTML document. For example, you can combine selectors to create a "descendant selector" that targets an element that is a descendant of another element. This makes selectors more specific.

For instance, in the following HTML code, notice the <span> tag nested inside the <header> tag:

  <h1>The Main Hea...