The negation pseudo-class, :not, can be incredibly useful. It allows us to target elements based on what attributes they don’t have, rather than what they do. This helps us avoid writing extra, increasingly specific, rules in an attempt to override previous ones. A common example of this is when we want to apply a style… continue reading
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