CSS selectors – new look over them

How do you select?

When it comes to CSS selectors, most of us are using the most familiar selectors by id or class name. Something like:

.my-class {}
#my-id {}

But as you can see in most of the big JavaScript libraries, such as jQuery, you can improve the selection of element/s by using complex selector syntax.

Do you know the syntax?

Maybe yes, but maybe not! As I stumbled upon an interesting article on http://css-tricks.com
The Skinny on CSS Attribute Selectors.
The good part is that now you can use this powerful selector syntax to improve CSS.

Browsers

Because this is the most interesting part – yes it is supported by MSIE, and no – not before IE7, be careful if you’d like to support it.

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