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A namespace for nodes in the parse tree for selectors.
CommaSequence is the toplevel selector,
representing a comma-separated sequence of Sequences,
foo bar, baz bang.
Sequence is the next level,
representing SimpleSequences separated by combinators (e.g. descendant or child),
foo bar or
foo > bar baz.
SimpleSequence is a sequence of selectors that all apply to a single element,
Finally, Simple is the superclass of the simplest selectors,
Defined Under Namespace
Classes: AbstractSequence, Attribute, Class, CommaSequence, Element, Id, Parent, Placeholder, Pseudo, Sequence, Simple, SimpleSequence, Universal
Constant Summary collapse
- SPECIFICITY_BASE =
The base used for calculating selector specificity. The spec says this should be "sufficiently high"; it's extremely unlikely that any single selector sequence will contain 1,000 simple selectors.