I have a peculiar want. The last three children in an li. I wish to target them only. Is it possible to do so?
I guess I could do them individually like so:
but I would rather not, is there a way around this?
Nope…the code you gave is the way to go unless you add a specific class or use JS
Thought as much, kinda sucks you can’t select up to a point really. What if I needed to get up to 100? I know it’s unlikely, but still. Oh well.
Thank you. =]
I was about to go the same route: giving all elements a certain style (the one you want for the last X element) and then use another style on top of that, EXCLUDING the last three.
Damn…that works…tried it a different way and couldn’t get it.
@jamy_za’s solution works great. Another tip, if you wanted to specifically target the last three (instead of everything but the last three), you can use this:
:nth-last-child(-n + 3)
@joshuanhibbert THAT’s what I was trying to figure out. I KNEW there was a ‘minus’ in there somewhere.
Well this is certainly solved. Thank you everyone. CSS is a sly fox sometimes. You would expect the minus symbol to be before the number.
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