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This course will teach you a range of advanced CSS3 selectors.
Over three lessons you will gain a detailed knowledge of a range of different selectors including the User-interface pseudo-classes, Pseudo-elements and the negation pseudo-class. With each selector you will learn the correct syntax, how they work and their browser support. Each aspect of the course includes detailed slides and hands on exercises.
This course is taught by Russ Weakley and was tech reviewed by Aurelio De Rosa.
What you'll learn
*Learn how advanced CSS3 selectors work and how to apply them in real world environments such as forms
*Target HTML elements using user-interface selectors such as "required", "checked", "in-range" and more.
*Use pseudo-elements to create generated content including generated text, images, counters and more.
*Use the :not selector to target all elements except specifically defined elements.
Who should do this
*This course is designed for CSS authors who want to learn more about CSS selectors. For this course, you will need a basic understanding of CSS. For those new to selectors, we recommend you take "CSS Selectors Getting started" before this course.
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