Introduction to CSS Part I
Basic Selection in CSS
Element selectors allow you to apply styles to all elements of a specific type on a web page. Let's apply the specified styles to all paragraphs and list items on the web page.
- Element selectors have low specificity, meaning they will be overridden by more specific selectors, such as
- They can be combined with other selectors to create more specific styles. For example, you can use a descendant selector to apply a style to all paragraphs that are descendants of a particular element, like this:
This will apply the specified style to all paragraphs that are descendants of an element with the
- Similarly, another way to use these elements can be to apply a similar style across the board to certain elements. This is done by providing a list of selectors.