[CSS Tutorial] CSS3 Selector Principals #3 Class

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CSS TutorialWhen you have a group of elements that you’d like to apply styles to, or rather, have an element you’d like to inherit a certain set of style rules, the class selector will likely be your weapon of choice. While it’s possible to use multiple selectors on a style definition, the preferred method is that you create a style class, which can then be applied to any element within that class.

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