Selecting HTML To Style
Selecting the right element and providing the right visual styles is the basis of writing CSS code. Whenever you need to adjust how an element on a webpage looks, using selectors is key.
Read this to learn more about selectors
The Type Selector
The type selector finds elements on the page by tag name. This is a common way to style elements on the page. Type selectors are often referred to as element selectors.
A combinator selector is defined by a space character between selectors, with the HTML ancestry reading left to right. The right-most selector is the intended target. This can be as complex or as simple as necessary to scope, or provide sufficient specificity, to the intended element.