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Language: HTML
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 2, 2008

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Specify More Than One CSS Class for an HTML Element

Suppose you want to specify more than one CSS class reference to an HTML element in a web/HTML page. For example, suppose you want to specify two CSS class names, class1 and class2 for a div element. This can be done by simply writing the CSS class names one after another with a space between them for the class attribute of that HTML element.

The following HTML script shows how this works for a div element.


<div id="div1" class="class1 class2">
    <!-- other HTML elements go here -->
</div>
Deepak Choudhari
 
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