What is Selectors in CSS3?

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  • Aug 27th, 2014

There are 4 types of selectors, as below

Type Selectors correspond with HTML elements

ID Selectors are used by adding # in front of an elements ID

Class Selectors are used by adding a period in front of an elements ID

Descendant Selectors are similar to family trees; you start with the parent element you wish to select, add a space, and continue naming any interior elements until youre arrived at the specific element you wish to select

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Anil Mhaske

  • Oct 3rd, 2014

Basically in css there are 2 selector 1.Id start with # symbol e.g. #div 2. Adding a period in front of any element e.g. .div

Muhammad Sohail Jaral

  • Oct 14th, 2014

There are three basic selector in CSS.


  2. 1: Select HTML element by TAG name e.g=> ( h { hight:10px; } )


  4. 2: Select HTML element by element ID  e.g=> ( #headline { hight:10px; } )


  6. 3: Apply CSS to elements by Class Attribute, mostly user this type to apply CSS to different rang of elements  e.g=> ( .HeadlineHight  { hight:10px; } )

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