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CSS Class tutorials

  • In CSS, The class selector is used to specify a style for a group of elements.

  • This allows you to set a particular style for many HTML elements with the same class.

  • Syntax: You declare a CSS class by using a dot (.) followed by the class name. After declaring the class name you simply enter the properties/values that you want to assign to your class.

 

Syntax:

.class-name { property: value; }

 

  • Example: For example, you can specify two paragraphs to have different color text:

p.green {color: green;}

p.blue {color: blue;}

 

  • To specify a tag as part of a class, you have to use the class attribute within that tag in HTML as follow:

<p class="green">This text is green</p>

<p class="blue">This text is blue</p>

 

Example: The following example shows CSS Class
Output:
  • From the above example, class is created in style tag name right. Hence the all elements of the page will be right- aligned.

 

Example: Program using CSS to align text in Center, Left and Right
Output:
  • From the above example, here we have created three classes: center, right and left, we have used center class for heading text that will display on the center of the page, and paragraph will display on the right and left using respective classes.

 

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