Grouping Selectors in CSS

Grouping Selectors in CSS

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This chapter teaches you how to group CSS selectors the right way, allowing you to declare the same styling for more than one element using one declaration block. Together with their corresponding declaration block, the grouped selectors are called a CSS ruleset or simply a CSS rule.

In our Basic CSS Syntax chapter, we highlighted the importance of rulesets.

Here, we take a step further to explain and properly demonstrate how grouping selectors in CSS works and why it's an important CSS feature.

Here is the syntax for grouping selectors.

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Use commas like in the example syntax above to separate your grouped selectors.

Importance of Grouping Selectors

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