CSS Selectors - Trailer0:49 with Guil Hernandez
In this short course, we're going to go beyond the basic selector concepts covered in CSS Basics. Besides the common ways to select elements with type, ID and class selectors, we're able to target elements based on their attributes, position in the HTML document, even their relation to other elements. By the end of this course, you'll have gained a better understanding of the power and flexibility behind CSS selectors. You'll have a new set of valuable tools in your CSS toolkit to use on your next project.
Selectors are one of the most important and powerful parts of CSS.
Because they're what allow us to target HTML elements and apply styles to them.
But besides the common ways of selecting elements with type ID and class selectors,
we're also able to zero in and target elements based on specific HTML attributes
their position in the HTML document even their relation to other elements and more.
I'm Guil, and in this short course we're gonna go beyond the basic selector
concepts covered in previous CSS courses.
We're gonna tap into a whole new batch of selectors.
These are selectors that will open up a world of flexibility for
us designers and developers.
And by the end of this course you'll have gained a better understanding of
the power and flexibility behind CSS selectors.
And you'll have a few more handy tools to work with in your CSS toolkit.
Are you ready?
Let's get started.
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