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    Nesting is a shortcut to creating CSS rules. So instead of writing so many lines of CSS just to be specific on the style we want to apply to an element, we simply nest it.

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    SCSS allows us to nest CSS selectors in a similar manner. ... Nesting is a shortcut to creating CSS rules. So instead of writing so many lines of CSS just to be specific on the style we want to apply to an element, we simply nest it.

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    HTML tags should be “nested” in a proper order, meaning that the tag opened most recently is always the next tag to close. In the following example, the HTML code is nested correctly, and we've drawn lines to connect opening and closing tags: The following HTML code sample contains two nesting errors.

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    A good example of nesting is the relationship between the DL (definition list) tag, the DT (definition term) tag, and the DD (definition description) tag. The DL tag specifies a definition list and the DT and DD tags specify the terms and descriptions of the items within the definition list.

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    Nesting is a shortcut to creating CSS rules. So instead of writing so many lines of CSS just to be specific on the style we want to apply to an element, we simply nest it.

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    Nesting is a shortcut to create CSS rules. Therefore, we don't have to nest too much CSS code to specifically target the style to be applied to the element, but just nest it.

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    SCSS allows us to nest CSS selectors in a similar manner. ... Nesting is a shortcut to creating CSS rules. So instead of writing so many lines of CSS just to be specific on the style we want to apply to an element, we simply nest it.

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