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There are lots of ways you can select elements in CSS. The most basic selection is by tag name, like p { } . Almost anything more specific than a tag selector uses attributes — class and both select on those attributes on HTML elements. But class and ID aren't the only attributes developers can select. We can use any of an element's attributes as selectors.

Attribute selection has a special syntax. Here's an example:

That's an exact match selector that will only select links with the exact href attribute value of "https://css-tricks.com".

exact match

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The Seven Different Types

Attribute selectors are case-sensitive, and are written inside brackets [] .

There are seven different types of matches you can find with an attribute selector, and the syntax is different for each. Each of the more complex attribute selectors build on the syntax of the exact match selector — they all start with the attribute name and end with an equals sign followed by the attribute value(s), usually in quotes. What goes between the attribute name and equals sign is what makes the difference among the selectors.

Value contains: attribute value contains a term as the only value, a value in a list of values, or as part of another value. To use this selector, add an asterisk (*) before the equals sign. For example, img[alt*="art"] will select images with the alt text "abstract art " and "athlete starting a new sport", because the value "art" is in the word "starting".

Value contains:

Value is in a space-separated list: value is either the only attribute value, or is a whole value in a space-separated set of values. Unlike the "contains" selector, this selector will not look for the value as a word fragment. To use this selector, add a tilde (~) before the equals sign. For example, img[alt~="art"] will select images with the alt text "abstract art " and " art show", but not "athlete starting a new sport" (which the "contains" selector would select).

Value is in a space-separated list:

Value starts with: attribute value starts with the selected term. To use this selector, add a caret (^) before the equals sign. Don't forget, case-sensitivity matters. For example, img[alt^="art"] will select images with the alt text "art show" and "artistic pattern", but not an image with the alt text "Arthur Miller" because "Arthur" begins with a capital letter.

Value starts with:

Value is first in a dash-separated list: This selector is very similar to the "starts with" selector. Here, the selector matches a value that is either the only value or is the first in a dash-separated list of values. To use this selector, add a pipe character (|) before the equals sign. For example, li[data-years|="1900"] will select list items with a data-years value of "1900-2000", but not the list item with a data-years value of "1800-1900".

The Orthodox Church sees the celebration of the Eucharist as a continuation, rather than a reenactment, of the Last Supper , as Fr. John Matusiak (of the ) says: "The Liturgy is not so much a reenactment of the Mystical Supper or these events as it is a continuation of these events, which are beyond time and space. The Orthodox also see the Eucharistic Liturgy as a bloodless sacrifice, during which the bread and wine we offer to God become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ through the descent and operation of the Holy Spirit, Who effects the change." This view is witnessed to by the prayers of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom , when the priest says: "Accept, O God, our supplications, make us to be worthy to offer unto thee supplications and prayers and bloodless sacrifices for all thy people," and "Remembering this saving commandment and all those things which came to pass for us: the cross, the grave, the resurrection on the third day, the ascension into heaven, the sitting down at the right hand, the second and glorious coming again, Thine own of Thine own we offer unto Thee on behalf of all and for all," and "… Thou didst become man and didst take the name of our High Priest, and deliver unto us the priestly rite of this liturgical and bloodless sacrifice…"

Main article: Yajna

The Sanskrit yajna ( yajña , modern Hindi pronunciation: yagya ) is often translated as "sacrifice" (also "offering, oblation", or more generically as "worship"). [14] It is especially used to describe the offering of (clarified butter), grains, spices, and wood into a fire along with the chanting of sacred mantras . The fire represents , the divine messenger who carries offerings to the Devas . [15] The offerings can represent devotion, aspiration, and seeds of past karma. In Vedic times, yajna commonly included the sacrifice of milk, ghee, curd, grains, and the soma plant—animal offerings were less common. [16] In modern times, yajna is often performed at weddings and funerals, and in personal worship. Sacrifice in Hinduism can also refer to personal surrender through acts of inner and outer worship. [17]

Main article: Dhabihah

An animal sacrifice in Arabic is called ḏabiḥa (ذَبِيْحَة) or Qurban (قُرْبَان) . The term may have roots from the Jewish term Korban ; in some places such as in Pakistan, qurbani is always used for Islamic animal sacrifice. In the Islamic context, an animal sacrifice referred to as ḏabiḥa (ذَبِيْحَة) meaning "sacrifice as a ritual" is offered only in Eid ul-Adha . The sacrificial animal may be a sheep, a goat, a camel, or a cow. The animal must be healthy and conscious. ..."Therefore to the Lord turn in Prayer and Sacrifice. " (Surat Al-Kawthar) Quran, 108.2 Qurban is an Islamic prescription for the affluent to share their good fortune with the needy in the community.

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