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Syntax of CSS tutorials

  • The CSS syntax consists of a set of rules. These rules have 3 parts: a Selector, a Property, and a Value.

 

Selector: The selector is often the HTML element that you want to style. It can be <h1> or <table> etc.

 

Property: A property is something that we attribute to the class. The property modifies how the class looks/behaves. Common examples are: border, margin and background.

 

Value: A value is associated to a property; it tells how the property will affect the class.

 

 

Syntax: You can put CSS Style Rule Syntax as follows:

selector { property: value }

 

 

  • Example: The following example is used to give a color to all level 1 headings :

h1 { color: #ff0000; font-size: 24 px; }

 

  • Every CSS rule comprises these two parts: a selector, which tells the browser which element(s) will be affected by the rule; and a declaration block, which determines which properties of the element will be modified.

  • From the above example, to give a color to all level 1 heading.

  • The braces encompass the declaration block, which is the real meat of the rule. It consists of one or more declarations, as well as a property/value pair that decides how the elements in the selector will be styled.

  • In above example, color is the property, and #36C is its declared value.

 

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