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css selector

hamedjaf

New Coder
hey everyone. how can i give "agreement-box" and "news-box" a differnt color. im not allowed to chaneg the from tags. what shoud i put in style to give different color for each label
what selector to use?

HTML:
<form>
  <input id="agreement-box" type="checkbox">
  <label for="agreement-box">I agree</label>
  <input id="news-box" type="checkbox">
  <label for="news-box">I need more news</label>
</form>
 
Solution
Hey there.
You can select elements in CSS using their attributes: element[attribute="value"]

So for your elements you can do something like this:
CSS:
label[for="agreement-box"] {
  /* some css rules */
}

label[for="news-box"] {
  /* some css rules */
}
Hey there.
You can select elements in CSS using their attributes: element[attribute="value"]

So for your elements you can do something like this:
CSS:
label[for="agreement-box"] {
  /* some css rules */
}

label[for="news-box"] {
  /* some css rules */
}
 
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