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Specify More Than One CSS Class for an HTML Element

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">    
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