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CSS Basic: nth-of-type

Select one or more elements based on their source order

In the previous article, we tried to select different row of <div> by using nth-child(“number”). But sometimes we cannot select the specific div because there are other elements on top of it. In this case, we use a similar method like before. Instead of using first-of-type or last-of-type. We use nth-of-type.

In this article, we are going to talk about CSS nth-of-type selector.

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