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First things first and last things last

First things first and last things last: CSS Shorts
First things first and last things last: CSS Shorts

What we’re talking about is first-of-type and last-of-type selectors in CSS. These structural selectors do exactly what they say—they allow us to select and style specific instances of elements within a parent. This is a great technique for styling the beginning and ending a string of items, such as links. The cool thing about this type of selector is that if another element type is in the same parent, this has no effect on this selector because it is based on the element’s type.

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