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dot indicates a className selector.
.hero would indicate a class attribute in an HTML element with the name, “hero”, as in,
<img class="hero" src="superman.png" />
In the style sheet we could give this element special properties.
border: 2px solid blue;
That will crop our image into a circle and give it a blue border. It also defines the width and height properties so those attributes may be left out of the
<img /> tag. In the above we specified the element tag name in the selector because a class may be applied to several elements in the page. This rule will only apply to images with the class.
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