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The Components of a CSS Statement

A breakdown and explanation of the various components of a CSS statement.
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Daniel Quattrociocchi

on 5 December 2012

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Components p {color: black;} SELECTOR: The specific content we want to style DECLARATION: Defines the style being applied PROPERTY: The style type we want to change p {color: black;} p {color: black;} Begin listing declarations End listing declarations p {color: black;} p {color: black;} p {color: black;} p {color: black;} VALUE: What we want the style type to be p {color: black;} The CSS Statement of a Ends a specific declarations Separates a property and a value p {color: black; font-size: 20px;} An example of multiple declarations in one CSS statement. p {
color: black;
font-size: 20px;
} An example of multiple declarations in one CSS statement over multiple lines.
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