Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Descendant selectors, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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Now it's time to get a little bit more complicated with selectors, which is what we're going to do in this movie. But what we need to do first…is take a moment and consider the structure of the document,…which you can see here is markup from our Javaco example and…an XHTML document of course has a number of elements, some of which contain others. The HTML element, for example…contains all the other elements.…The head element, as we can see here, contains the title link and style elements. The body has…everything else really, the divs and the a, and the lists and the list items, and the paragraphs and all that other stuff.…
All of these are connected in parent, child relationships.…Most elements have either a child or a parent or both.…The HTML element, to pick an example, has two children, the head and the body…and the head element has three children, title, link and style. The body has…four children, those are the divs, like the masthead div, the content div, the sidebar div, the footer div and…
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