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The interesting thing about the “not” selector is that it’s the opposite of almost every other selector you’ve used. In most cases, you’re aiming to style something very specific: “I want to style that element” or “that subset of elements”. With the not selector, you’re doing the opposite. Instead of styling one element, you’re saying, “I want to style everything but that element”. We’re doing the opposite of most other selectors. Head over to Learnable to find out more …
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