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IN A VERY real sense, selectors are the heart of
CSS. Without them, we'd have no way of assign-
ing styles to elements short of embedding them
into the attributes of every element, and that
would be awful. By granting us the power to
select whole types or families of elements to be
styled, we can accomplish a great deal of styling
with just a few lines of CSS.
In this chapter, we delve into the details of using
selectors smartly as well as survey a broad sweep
of widely supported and used selector types.
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