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Hi Experts,

I have CSS written for table, tbody, thead, td, etc., which works the way I wanted. Here, I not using any classes or ids.

My question is how can I easily use 1 class for the table that will apply to all sub-elements like tbody, thead, etc., where if I create another table without any class, this CSS will not affect it?

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by:Chris Stanyon
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Use the class selector in your CSS for each of the elements you want to style

table { ... }
thead { ... }
td { ... }

.someTable { ... }
.someTable thead { ... }
.someTable td { ... }
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by:APD_Toronto
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Do I just assign class to the table element or to each thead, td?
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Chris Stanyon earned 2000 total points
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You can assign it to the table. This CSS...

.someTable thead { ... }

...will style a thead inside of 'something' that has the .someTable class - that could be your table - it could even be a DIV.
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