FAQ: Learn Secondary Navigation - Simple Example of Breadcrumbs

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.breadcrumb li+li::before {
padding: 6px;
content: “>”;

what is the logic behind li+li ? I know it’s the only way to get a clean breadcrumb list with a “>” in between every <a> but why?

Hey ! I think the logic behind this selector is to have “>” who begin only for the second li and not for the first one :slight_smile: