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Chapter 2, page 27

CSS Rules >>> Selectors

"Universal selectors"

Why is it in plural (selectorS)? Isn't there only one universal selector?
http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/selector.h...ersal-selector
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Oleg,

Thanks for the inquiry. You are correct. This was most likely an oversight in the heading for that small section. This should read "Universal Selector."

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The universal selector is supported in Internet Explorer 5.x for both Windows and Macintosh, as well as IE 4.5 for Mac, and also in Opera 3.6. It's also supported in the Netscape 6 Preview Release 1 on all the myriad platforms for which it's available, and in Preview Release 3 of Opera 4 for Windows.
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