30 CSS selectors you should know + cheatsheet

It’s easy to limit ourselves to obvious selectors and then get completely crazy with id and classes - and the way I do it it’s not efficient at all and nearly as tedious as inline style.

This might help: 30 CSS selectors to know.

Again, this is from Colt Steele - The Web Developer Bootcamp (I’m not pushing anyone to spend money to learn at all, just giving credit).

[EDIT]: I realise there’s already a very nice Wiki article here, so sorry for the duplicate.

Here’s a CSS cheatsheet on CSS selectors !

A nice way to discover new “tricks” is to check out this thread.

To have some understanding of what selector > selector means, check out this thread.


Thanks, it’s useful, I didn’t know some of them.

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There were quite a few there that I didn’t know. I’m going to start using those, I feel like I’ll really be able to cut down on my classes now. Thanks!

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Thank you so much :+1:

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