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Changing CSS for SVG Portions

Posted on 2016-10-29
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Hi Experts,

With CSS  is it possible to change individual SVG Portions?

http://codepen.io/AleksPoposki/pen/qazRmq

For example, in my HTML Lines 115,  118, 121, you'll see that I added ids to the individual drop, but Li. 198-201 are not responsive? I would like that he first drop is red and lowered by 15px.

Thanks.
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by:Rob Jurd, EE MVE
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but Li. 198-201 are not responsive?
you only have 158 lines in the HTML...
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Sorry, Lines 198-201 in the CSS?
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In doing some research, I don't think you can access individual SVG elements.
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Thanks, but you spent some time...
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That's okay and appreciate the thought, though I only want points when I've given a solution :) makes those points written so much more :)
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