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Use selectors: Learning JavaFX GUI Development
Use selectors: Learning JavaFX GUI Development

In order to identify what parts of our UI needs to be styled, we need to use CSS Selectors. When using CSS in JavaFX, we can use two types of selectors. An ID selector and a class selector. The ID selector can be assigned to any node in our code. We use the setID method to assign a selector to the node. In the CSS file, we identify an ID using the # or hash sign.

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