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This line should be green.

The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

p:first-line { background-color: red; } ::first-line { background-color: lime; }

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This line should have a green background.

This paragraph should be in green characters. The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

 

The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

p:first-line { background-color: red; } ::first-line { background-color: lime; }

This paragraph should be in green characters.

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This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This line should have a green background.

This paragraph should be in green characters. The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.


This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This paragraph should be in green characters.

This line should have a green background.

This paragraph should be in green characters. The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.

The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background.Translations Selector 1: + ::first-letter Selects the first letter of a element that immediately follows a element. Selector 2: div.tub > * Selects any element that is a child of a div element with a class attribute that contains the word tub. Selector 3: div.ub *:not([title^=si on]) Selects any element without a title attribute that begins with si on that is a descendant of a div element with a class attribute that contains the word ub. Selector 4: div *.stub *:not([title$=tait]) Selects any element without a title attribute that ends with tait that is a descendant of any element with a class attribute that contains the word stub that is a descendant of a div element. Selector 5: Selects any element. Selector 6: :not(#other).class:not(.fail).test#id#id Selects any element without an id attribute that equals other, with a class attribute that contains the word class, without a class attribute that contains the word fail, with a class attribute that contains the word test, an id attribute that equals id, and an id attribute that equals id. Selector 7: div Selects any div element. Selector 8: div:not(#theid).class:not(.fail).test#theid#theid Selects any div element without an id attribute that equals theid, with a class attribute that contains the word class, without a class attribute that contains the word fail, with a class attribute that contains the word test, an id attribute that equals theid, and an id attribute that equals theid. Selector 9: div:not(#other).notclass:not(.fail).test#theid#theid Selects any div element without an id attribute that equals other, with a class attribute that contains the word notclass, without a class attribute that contains the word fail, with a class attribute that contains the word test, an id attribute that equals theid, and an id attribute that equals theid. Selector 10: div:not(#other).class:not(.test).test#theid#theid Selects any div element without an id attribute that equals other, with a class attribute that contains the word class, without a class attribute that contains the word test, with a class attribute that contains the word test, an id attribute that equals theid, and an id attribute that equals theid. Selector 11: div:not(#other).class:not(.fail).nottest#theid#theid Selects any div element without an id attribute that equals other, with a class attribute that contains the word class, without a class attribute that contains the word fail, with a class attribute that contains the word nottest, an id attribute that equals theid, and an id attribute that equals theid. Selector 12: div:not(#other).class:not(.fail).nottest#theid#other Selects any div element without an id attribute that equals other, with a class attribute that contains the word class, without a class attribute that contains the word fail, with a class attribute that contains the word nottest, an id attribute that equals theid, and an id attribute that equals other. Selector 13: div::first-line Selects the first displayed line in a div element. Selector 14: ::first-line Selects the first displayed line in a element. Selector 15: Selects any element. Selector 16: span::first-line Selects the first displayed line in a span element. Selector 17: span::first-line Selects the first displayed line in a span element. Selector 18: * Selects any element.

This line should be green. The first letter of this paragraph should have a green background. p:first-line { background-color: red; } ::first-line { background-color: lime; } This paragraph should be in green characters. This paragraph should be in green characters. This paragraph should be in green ...» more Dogmeat

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