Do you use the child selector

The child selector is represented by the sign “>”. It allows you to target elements that are direct children of a particular element. For example, if you want to match all the h2 elements that are a direct child of your sidebar div, but not the h2 elements that may be also within the div, but that are grandchildren (or later descendants) of your element, you can use this selector:

1. div#sidebar > h2 {

2. font-size: 20px; 3 }


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