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Hendra Kurniawan
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as you can see, I need to declare div#myDiv over and over again. is it possible to do something like this:
Bear Bibeault
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No.


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Albareto McKenzie
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Not in CSS but you can do something like that using sass and scss. But it is not CSS, you have to compile your files and they will generate a css for you.
Rob Crowther
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One day it will be possible one way or another in 'raw' CSS, but it's not finalized and no current browser support.


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