Treat yourself to selectors with CSS Scoops

CSS Scoops is the newest coding game from Codepip. As ice cream sundaes slide across the counter, you must use CSS selectors to target everything from cones and cups to scoops of chocolate, mint, and lemon ice cream.

You’ll learn how to compose CSS selectors, including element, class, and ID selectors; the universal selector *; combinators such as child >, adjacent sibling +, and general sibling ~; pseudo-classes such as :nth-child, :only-child, and :empty; and attribute selectors such as [attr="value"] and [attr^="value"].

CSS Scoops is aimed at people who want a comprehensive understanding of CSS selectors, setting the table for other CSS selector games such as Nth Cart and Selector Showdown.

Thomas Park

@thomashpark

Thomas is the founder of Codepip, and the designer of Flexbox Froggy and Grid Garden. Before Codepip, he worked as a computing education and human-computer interaction researcher at Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics. He has also worked at the Mozilla Foundation and is involved in numerous open source web projects.

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