CSS Selector Level 1 » Descendant combination

The descendant combination selector selects every element with the type of e.g. F which has as parent an element with the element type of E.
CSS4 introduced a new, non-whitespace version of the descendant combination selector.

# Syntax

E F {
    /* declarations */

# Example

div span {
    background-color: green;
    color: white;

This example will add a green background-color with a white color to every <span> which has a <div> as parent.

Try example in CodePen

# Browser support

Platform Chrome Firefox Safari Edge Internet Explorer Opera
Desktop Yes (1.0) Yes (1.0) Yes (1.0) Yes (12.0) Yes (3.0) Yes (2.0)
Mobile Yes (1.0) Yes (1.0) Yes (1.0) Yes (12.0) Yes (3.0) Yes (2.0)

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