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Hey guys, in this CSS tutorial for beginners we’re going to talk about grouping selectors in CSS, so that you can target multiple elements in the same rule. Grouping selectors in CSS is a great way to save your time so you can spend more effort into black-belting your skills instead :).

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  1. Could you go one step further to target all of the tags in the document by just using "body" as your selector, instead of listing out all of the tags the document has? Then, only add CSS blocks for any one off style mods?

  2. "I'm a Manchester United fan, why not?"

    That's why I really love all of your tutorials, because I'm Manchester United fan too hehehe :))

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