Rusty Locks Notes 2023

#TIL |  CSS's :not([class]) selector

Some links need to look different from standard links, be it with a background image or other special formatting. Mostly you simply create a new class like a.img-link or something like that.

To be able to style the standard a tag (without classes) as needed, it may be necessary to exclude the special link classes, such as a:not(.img-link) {...}. If you have several of them, it quickly becomes confusing.

What I didn’t know until now is that you can use a:not([class]) {...} to generally exclude ALL links with a class. Very nice …



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