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<p class="test2">I am <span>only child so I am green</span></p> <p class="test2">I have <span>two</span> <b>children</b> so no green here</p> <p class="test3">I have a single <em>em so I am red</em></p> <p class="test3">I have <em>two</em> <em>em</em> tags so neither is red</p> <p>Empty element below</p> <p></p> <p>Empty element above</p> </body> </html>
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Attribute selectors are often used to address values set for the common lang attribute because designers very often need to set rules to quickly pick out one language or another in a document The :lang() pseudo-class performs the same thing as the |= selector Instead of writing
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p[lang|="en"] { color: red; } /* English text in red */
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we can write using a pseudo-class selector:
p:lang(en) { color: red; } /* English text in red */
PART II
This would style English paragraphs but not paragraphs that have no language specified or a different value than an English variation:
<p lang="en">This is English and red</p> <p lang="en-uk">This is British English and red</p> <p>Not red no lang specified</p> <p lang="fr">C'est Francais (Not red)</p>
Specification-wise, the pseudo-class approach is preferred, but for best support, you might find that the older syntax is more widely implemented
Negation Pseudo-Class :not
One of the most interesting pseudo-classes introduced by CSS3 is :not(), which is used to reverse logic For example,
p:not(plain) {color: red;}
says that all paragraph tags not in class plain should be colored red The :not() selector takes simple parameters such as element type selectors, the wildcard selector, attribute selectors, id selectors, class selectors, and most pseudo-classes besides itself As a more complex example, a rule like
#nav > a:not(:hover) {color: green;}
would select all links with an element called nav that are not being hovered over and set them to be green You can test these simple examples to see if your browser conforms to this newer selector with the example at http://htmlrefcom/ch4/nothtml
TIP Negative logic can be quite confusing Beware of adding more complexity than you need to
using the :not() pseudo-class Now we are finished with selectors, but more selectors are expected any day now as CSS3 continues to grow We summarize the last group of selectors in Table 4-9 All of the selectors are grouped together in one large table in 5 for reference purposes
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Core Style
Selector
a:link
Description
Specifies the unvisited link Specifies the link as it is being pressed Specifies the link after being pressed
Example
a:link {font-weight: bold;} /* makes unvisited links bold */ a:active {color: red;} /* makes links red as they are pressed */ a:visited {text-decoration: line-through;} /* puts a line through visited links */ p:hover {background-color: yellow;} /* sets the background color to yellow on the p element that the user is currently hovering over */ :target{color:red;} /* if the element is the target of the referring URI, the color is set to red */ input:focus {background-color: yellow;} /* sets the background color to yellow on the input element that has focus */ input:enabled {background-color: white;} /* sets the background color to white on enabled input elements */ input:disabled {background-color: gray;} /* sets the background color to gray on disabled input elements */ :checked{color: blue;} /* sets the color to blue if an element is checked */
Defined In
CSS1
a:active
CSS1
a:visited
CSS1
:hover
Selects the element when the user is hovering over it
CSS2
:target
Selects the element that is the target of a referring URI Selects the element only when the element holds the focus
CSS3
:focus
CSS2
:enabled
Selects the elements that are currently enabled
CSS3
:disabled
Selects the elements that are currently disabled
CSS3
:checked
Selects the elements that are checked
CSS3
TABLE 4-9
CSS Pseudo-Class Selectors
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Introduction to CSS
Selector
:default
Description
Selects the elements that are the default among a set of similar elements Selects the element only if the element is the first child of its parent Selects the element that is the last child of its parent
Example
:default {background-color: red;} /* sets the background color of a default button like a submit to red */ p:first-child { color: red;} /* sets the font color to red for all of the p tags that are the first child of their parent */ p:last-child {font-size: small;} /* sets the font size to small on the p tags that are the last child of their parent */ strong:first-of-type {font-size: bigger;} /* sets the font size bigger on the first strong tag of its parent */ strong:last-of-type {font-size: smaller;} /* sets the font size smaller on the last strong tag of its parent */ h1:only-child {color: blue;} /* sets the h1 color to blue if the h1 is the only child of its parent */ p:only-of-type {font-weight: bold;} /*sets the p element to be bold if it is the only p tag child of its parent */ div:nth-child(2) {background-color: red;} /* sets the background color to red if the div is its parent s second child */
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