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Russ Weakley is a world-renowned author, speaker and CSS expert, with a detailed knowledge of web design and development. Russ chairs the Web Standards Group (WSG) and produced a series of widely acclaimed Learnable tutorials on CSS. He is currently touring a series of Responsive Web Design workshops around Australia.

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  • http://www.egydes.com Husien adel

    thanks for great tutorial ;)

  • http://www.designcrews.com/stationary.html Stationery Design

    I have done a little work with CSS2, a little bit with CSS3. CSS3 not selector is new element for me in CSS3, as before CSS3 only selectors are used in CSS. RUSS thanks a lot for increasing my knowledge. Tutorial is good enough to learn not selectors completely.

  • http://maxdesign.com.au/ Russ Weakley

    @Husien and @StationaryDesign, thanks for the feedback!

  • http://www.kts.dk frits

    what a lot of info for such a simple thing? and i never had anny use for it, in my work if i want a non selector i just overwrite it?

  • sandie wilson

    Thanks for the great tutorial, it has cleared a few points up that have been confusing me for some time.

  • Michael Morris

    :not is only useful for designer who’ve *not* got a good grasp on how cascading works. You style the global cases, then the specific ones. :not is only real useful when you’re trying to do the reverse.

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