Combinator selector

I can’t understand the use of decendend combinator selector.
how it works? Tell me?

Hi @vishalvats18071997 ,
A descendant combinator is represented by a single space between two selectors. Check out the example below to better understand its working.

<a>Normal Link</a>
    <a>Orange link</a>
div a{/*see there's a single space between div and a*/

In the above example, the link(<a>, Anchor tag) Normal Link will be rendered like a normal link,
but any link inside a div will be orange in color, like the Orange link.

Remember, the space between two selectors is very important,
If using classes, It would select an element with both the classes, not the child elements.

Check this out to learn more.