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CSS div:empty { display: none; } ■ :not(x) is referred to as the negation pseudo-class. You can use it to select all elements except for x, where x is another selector. important) { color: black; } 20 Part I: New Toys ■ :target selects an element that is the target of a fragment identifier in the document’s URI.

These finishing touches include new controls for ligatures, kerning and some additional tools for fine-tuning your fonts. Ligatures A typographic ligature is a combination of two or more characters that would otherwise sit awkwardly together to form one glyph. This combination makes the characters more legible or simply makes them a little nicer on the eye. Type designers often implement ligatures when a character overflows into the space of an adjacent character, causing the two letters to overlap or display in an awkward fashion.

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CSS3 Pushing the Limits by Stephen Greig

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