Html when to use class or id

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We need ways to describe content in an HTML/XHTML document. The basic You can use multiple classes on the same element. Any styling. You can also define your own selectors in the form of class and ID selectors. The HTML refers to the CSS by using the attributes id and class. It could look. For more info on this click here. Example id="header_id" class=" header_class">Text #header_id {font-color:#fff}.header_class.

In CSS, you can assign and control the style of HTML elements on a web page using a number of selectors. ID and class are two of the mostly used CSS. When I was first learning this stuff, I heard over and over that you should only use ID's once, but you can use classes over and over. It basically went in one ear. Use CSS to style an element with the id "myHeader": one unique id that belongs to that single element, while a class name can be used by multiple elements.

The id selector uses the id attribute of an HTML element to select a specific element. The id The class selector selects elements with a specific class attribute. Using The class Attribute. The HTML class attribute is used to define equal styles for elements with the same class name. So, all HTML elements with the same. Over the years, working as a Frontend Developer I realized how important it is when and how to use id, class and data attributes in HTML, CSS. You could use the id-element to e.g. define columns in your webpage and the HTML CSS tells the browser how to display a HTML-element, this means that all.