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CSS: Eigene Stilklassen

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CSS: Eigene Stilklassen

  1. 1. CSS Eigene Stilklassen
  2. 2. Bezug zu Selektor (&quot;gebundene Klasse&quot;) h1 . gruen { color : green; } h1 . rot { color : red; } <h1 class=&quot;gruen&quot;>Grüne Überschrift</h1> ... <h1 class=&quot;rot&quot;>Rote Überschrift</h1> ... selektor . klassenname { Definition }
  3. 3. Kein Bezug zu Selektor (&quot;freie/ungebundene Klasse&quot;) . gruen { color : green; } . winzig { font-size : 8px; } <h1 class=&quot;gruen&quot;>Grüne Überschrift</h1> ... <h1 class=&quot;winzig&quot;>Kleine Überschrift</h1> ... . klassenname { Definition } Punkt nicht vergessen!

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