TIL About CSS Attribute Selectors and Square Brackets in HTML

You can use CSS attribute selectors to target HTML elements. Let’s say you have this HTML snippet: <img alt="myPicName" src="/" /> <img alt="anotherPicName" src="/" /> You can style the first image by targeting the alt attribute and without changing the second image element. img[alt='myPicName'] { width: 100px; } When you use square brackets in HTML, it means something different: you group classes with square brackets. The brackets have no meaning, they are used for clarity.
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Colt Steele Runs a Free Coding Bootcamp on YouTube

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Learning Resource: Resilient Web Design

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Here are some useful links for you: Colors And Fonts: a curated library for front-end developers and designers RxJS with React Hooks for state management: a beginner-friendly tutorial Barebones AWS Amplify + React + GraphQL App: get started quickly with this tutorial Building a payments system with React and Stripe: this tutorial shows you how to use Stripe in your React.js application React, Redux and JavaScript architecture: a post from 2018 that’s still helpful in understanding the basic concept of Reat.
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Free HTML Handbook by Flavio Copes

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