Outside my element: A CSS Trick

Posted by: Karl Seguin [MVP], on 10 Feb 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I have a little CSS trick that I'd like to share. It's a little embarrassing because CSS/HTML and all that goodness certainly aren't my forte. Also, this is a pretty basic trick, but maybe it'll help someone. Hopefully if this is completely inappropriate, or if there's a better way, someone will point me in the right direction. The goal is to reduce the repetition of common style elements by leveraging the fact that multiple class selectors can be specified on an element by separating...

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