Learn CSS Selectors, Part 3
by Chris Charlton Source article

This will be the last discussion about CSS selectors in this series. In this article we will discuss the descendant, child and sibling selectors, with numerous code examples. It is the sixth article in rhe series covering CSS.

To understand structured CSS selectors, you need to understand how markup documents like HTML documents are structured. As you know, every HTML document begins with the element . This is called the root element because it's the beginning of the HTML structured elements.

Chris Charlton

Chris CharltonChris, Los Angeles' CSS & ActionScript guru, successfully cannonballed into web development in the late 90's. Always caught up with the latest in Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and XML, Chris authored premium articles for the largest Dreamweaver/Flash community (www.DMXzone.com) and produced WebDevDesign (iTunes featured), a popular Web Design & Development Podcast. Somewhere, Chris finds time to run an authorized Adobe user group focused around open source and Adobe technologies. Being a big community leader, Chris Charlton remains a resident faculty member of the Rich Media Insitute and lends himself to speak at large industry events, like JobStock, NAB, and FITC Hollywood.

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