CSS Class

In CSS, classes allow you to apply a style to a given class of an element. To do this, you link the element to the style by declaring a style for the class, then assigning that class to the element.

CSS Class Syntax

You declare a CSS class by using a dot (.) followed by the class name. You make up the class name yourself. After the class name you simply enter the properties/values that you want to assign to your class.

.class-name { property:value; }
If you want to use the same class name for multiple elements, but each with a different style, you can prefix the dot with the HTML element name.

html-element-name.class-name { property:value; }

CSS Class Example


<head>
<style type="text/css">
h1.css-section { color:#000099 }
p.css-section { color:#999999; }
</style>
</head>
<body>
<h1 class="css-section">CSS Class</h1>
<p class="css-section">CSS classes can be very useful</p>
</body>
This results in:

CSS Class

CSS classes can be very useful

Cascading Rules of Classes

If you have already applied a style to an element, the element will first use those styles, then the ones defined in the class.

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