Is there a selector that specifies CSS to only applied when matching a specific URL or part of URL?
For example, here is my CSS stylesheet:
When the user visits home.html I want the home.html selector to be applied. When I'm on the about.html URL I want the about.html to be applied.
CSS media queries allow you to switch to a different set of styles when the width of the view changes. It also lets you specify a different set of styles when the user is going to view on the screen or send it to a printer.
My question again is, "Is it possible to specify a different set of styles depending on the URL or values in the URL." So it's not a question of how to do what I'm asking but if it's possible to.
I am using a CMS and it has a theme that allows you to add your own CSS. There is one stylesheet. That's it. Not two but one.
And I have one page that has specific CSS to that page and only that page. That is the origin of this question. There may be a thousand workarounds but my question is not about the workarounds.