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SharePoint 2013 Functional CSS Selectors

One approach to writing CSS is to use functional CSS, which are selectors (classes) with a singular purpose.  For example, let’s say you need a given item on your web page to be absolute positioned, have a purple background and an enlarged font size. Instead of putting three declarations in a single CSS style statement, you would split up the declarations across three generic CSS style statements and specify three classes for the HTML element. It is a different yet effective way to do things. SharePoint 2013 actually has several functional CSS classes already baked in their CSS files and ready for your use.  Continue reading SharePoint 2013 Functional CSS Selectors