In web design, syntax includes essential guidelines for positioning and organizing CSS selectors, properties, declarations, and values. Here’s a code snippet of CSS:
In this example, "p" is the selector, "color," "font-size," and "text-align" are properties, and "blue," "11px," and "left" are values. Here, the syntax dictates the arrangement: the selector is followed by a block of declarations (properties and their respective values).
The output will be a left-aligned paragraph with blue text in a size-11 font.
Following the correct syntax ensures proper structure, making the code and output easier to understand and modify.
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