Descendant Selectors4:37 with Anwar Montasir
CSS also lets us target elements based on their relationship in the HTML document. For instance, we can combine selectors to create what's called a descendant selector because it targets an element that is a descendant of another element. By “descendant”, I mean any element nested within another element, like a p element inside a header element. Descendant selectors are more specific than type selectors.
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