On 03/17/05 00:20 or thereabouts, M. Seyon scribbled: > Message from e-head (3/16/2005 11:51 PM) > >On 03/16/05 19:18 or thereabouts, M. Seyon scribbled: > > > >Ohh, it can definetly be done using another method ... right now I have a > >class that I add all <a> tags too that fit this criteria (have a child > ><img> element). > > This doesn't really say *what you want to do*. It's never nice to gripe and > moan about something not working the way you want and then be cryptic about > what you wanted it to do in the first place. > My original post could hardly be considered "griping and moaning", I was merely pointing out some deficiences in the CSS selection rules. Besides, why does it matter *what* I want to do ? It makes no difference. If it makes you happy, this is what I want to do: Give all <div> tags, that have a child <img> element a 10px blue border. How do I go about selecting these <div> tags without resorting to using a class ?