I had been familiar with the
nth-child pseudo-selector for some time, but I apparently haven’t been using it to its fullest extent.
Today I had an issue where I wanted the first three images in an element to have a certain height, and the rest to have a different height. Since I knew the first three would always be the same, I decided to target them instead of the rest of the images.
Here’s roughly how I managed to do this.
CSS-Tricks has a great tool for testing variations of the