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Posted 02/May/2016 by admin

As a website styler, it can get quite frustrating in this world of CSS, having to endlessly replicate code lines just to target another selector below the one you are styling, it can add up to literally thousands of lines of code, unnecessary code as well which you will eventually have to sift through just to find that line height that seemed like a good idea to set at the time…

Posted 19/July/2008 by neubreed

First we create an outer div which will be used to apply the background image. Our links will go inside a nested div to keep our code organised and allow us to apply styles to the links as a group. The nested div can also come in handy when using a style sheet switcher to create alternate CSS menu effects.