CSS Tutorial – 4 – Universal and Descendant Selectors

CSS Tutorial - 4 - Universal and Descendant Selectors

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15 responses to “CSS Tutorial – 4 – Universal and Descendant Selectors”

  1. donjuan1655 says:

    @fozo1655 That’s part of the standard Doc Type Declaration for XHTML.
    Basically, W3Schools is the organization that devised the standards for
    XHTML (and HTML, CSS, blah, blah, blah) so it’s basically like giving them
    credit or acknowledging that they made the Doc Type Declaration that you
    see at the top. You know, like where it says “DOCTYPE html- PUBLIC…”
    blah, blah, blah.

  2. SoccerStyleBoy says:

    i just want to know what is div tag??? how can we use it and its
    attributes..

  3. do11ar1122 says:

    Awsum bro!!! More!

  4. fozo1655 says:

    why does the top say w3 schools ?

  5. TheScriptingChannel says:

    The div tag defines a section in an HTML document, The div tag is often
    used to group block-elements to format them with styles.

  6. shaggyboo says:

    Thank you for taking the time to make this video. It’s very clear and
    concise, which is important for beginners. Can’t wait to go through all
    your vids. – Nova Scotia, Canada

  7. Xenite says:

    Yeah, I was wondering about that too. What exactly is the div element?

  8. Navodya Kalupahana says:

    Hey Bucky ur helping me again on CSS just like u did for JAVA! Great
    tutorials…

  9. LFalch says:

    I hope hope people didn’t think this was counter strike: source tutorials
    🙂

  10. Robert Mitchell says:

    Really great stuff. Thankyou, I’ve subscribed.

  11. impulsive2urge says:

    Your voice is so mellow, Go get some sleep.

  12. mangoprojects says:

    Thank you. -behindvfx

  13. Oezilla says:

    Descendant selectors = Inception

  14. pivotmaster76 says:

    helpful once more! Thanks! 5*

  15. athiria says:

    Very easy to grasp.

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