N child selector css
Feb 08, 2010 How nthchild Works. There is a CSS selector, really a pseudoselector, called nthchild. Here is an example of using it: ul li: nthchild(3n3) color: # ccc; . What the above CSS does, is select every third list item inside unordered lists. That is, the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th, etc.: nthchild is a pseudo class used to select elements by a numeric expression. The syntax is quite different to most other aspects of CSS and can be a bit tricky to get your head around, to begin with. In this episode well look at: the various ways of using: nthchild, the slightly more flexible: nthoftype selector. n child selector css
[03, 13, 23 p: nthchild(n) Represents every element in a group of siblings. This selects the same elements as a simple p selector (although with a higher specificity). p: nthchild(1) or p: nthchild(0n1) Represents every that is the first element in a group of siblings.
Apr 14, 2010 Child and Sibling Selectors. The second selector above is a child combinator selector. This means it will only select list items that are direct children of an unordered list. In otherwords, it only looks one level down the markup structure, no deeper. So if there was another unordered list nested deeper, the list item children of it will not be targeted by this selector. : nthchild. The: nthchild selector allows you to select one or more elements based on their source order, according to a formula. It is defined in the CSS Selectors Level 3 spec as a structural pseudoclass, meaning it is used to style content based on its relationship with parent and sibling elements.n child selector css For first and last you can use the span: firstchild and span: lastchild selectors. Regarding the nthchild, it is just repetitive selection of elemetns. span: nthchild