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Old July 9th, 2006, 10:41 AM
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CSS Selectors with No Class

I'm trying to style a paragraph, but it has no class or id. There are other 'p' tags with classes that I don't want the style to change on. Here's a sample code:

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<p class="news-submitted">This is news metadata. I don't want to style this differently.</p>


This is the text I want to style differently.</p>
<p class="category">Here's the category stuff. I don't want to style this differently, either.</p>


How would I add style to that classless 'p'?

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Old January 24th, 2017, 01:52 AM
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CSS Selectors with No Class

Hi,

complete <p> tag because you end the </p> tag but didn't strat that <p>tag , and then apply css code.

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<p class="news-submitted">This is news metadata. I don't want to style this differently.</p>


<p>This is the text I want to style differently.</p>
<p class="category">Here's the category stuff. I don't want to style this differently, either.</p>


Thanks,

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Old July 7th, 2017, 03:41 AM
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You can use inline style for that particular <p> element.So it will be only affect that particular <p> tag only.

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