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Chapter 2. Selectors > Basic Rules

2.1. Basic Rules

As I've stated, a central feature of CSS is its ability to apply certain rules to an entire set of element types in a document. For example, let's say that you want to make the text of all h2 elements appear gray. Using old-school HTML, you'd have to do this by inserting <FONT COLOR="gray">...</FONT> tags in all your h2 elements:

<h2><font color="gray">This is h2 text</font></h2>


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