Hey Guys as I was inspecting the example page of the Product Landing Page Project I noticed there was a CSS selector that looks like this “nav > ul”. What does this type of selector mean ? Or how does it affect the rules inside that selector ?
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You can see that :
nav > ul
Select all ul elements whose parent is nav element.
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Okay, first of thank you very much for the solution.
I tried to google it at first but google wouldn’t show me good results because I was simply,y typing in ‘css >’ instead of ‘css selector >’, which would have helped me out.
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