How To Use Structural Pseudo Classes and Pseudo Element Selectors

The last couple of weeks we’ve been looking at different types of css selectors. First we looked at the simple and attribute selectors and then we looked at combinators and some pseudo class selectors.
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How To Use CSS Combinators and Simple Pseudo Class Selectors

Last week we began looking at some of the selectors we have available for hooking css styles into our html. We briefly touched on some simple selectors and mainly focused on attribute selectors.

This week I want to continue and talk specifically about combinators before starting to cover pseudo class selectors.
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Do You Use These 7 Attribute Selectors In Your CSS?

CSS Selectors are an essential ingredient in developing websites. They’re the hooks our css has into our html. How may different css selector patterns do you regularly use?
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Create Columns Easily With The CSS3 Multi-Column Layout Module

Last week we looked at the css flexible box module, one of the new css tools to help with site layout. The css multi-column layout module is another that also helps with site layout and has even better support than flexible boxes.
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CSS3 Flexible Box Model

CSS offers several tools to help with site layout. Over the years we’ve worked mainly with floats, positioning, and margins, but let’s face it, most of us would like more. Fortunately css3 is giving us more tools for layouts. One of those tools is the flexible box.
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