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              <h2>Combined Attribute Selectors</h2>
<p>Here we select the image that has both of these attributes: alt text that contains the word "person" as either the only term or a whole word in a space-separated list, <em>and</em> a src attribute that contains the term "placehold" anywhere.</p>
<p>Note that the image with the alt text "fashion <em>personality</em>" is not selected, and the image with the alt text "famous <em>person</em> Arthur Miller" is not selected because its src attribute does not include "lorem".</p>
<div class="gallery">
  <img src="//" alt="fashion personality">
  <img src="//" alt="famous person Arthur Miller">
  <img src="//" alt="sports person">

<h2>Selecting by Attribute Only</h2>
<p>This example is helpful for debugging CSS &mdash; it will select everything with an inline style attribute and outline it in red.</p>
  <img style="width: 100px;" src="//" alt="">
  <img src="//" alt="cat">
  <p style="font-size: 1.5em; width: 300px;">There's an inline style on this paragraph.</p>
  <p>There is no inline style on this paragraph.</p>
              img[alt~="person"][src*="placehold"] { /* selects images with alt text that contains the word "person" as the only term or in a space separated list, and a src attribute that contains the word "placehold" anywhere */
  outline: 5px solid #E18728;
  outline-offset: 2px;

[style] { /* select any element with a style attribute and outline it in red */
  outline: 2px solid red; 

/* styling for Pen, unrelated to attribute selectors */

body { 
  font-family: sans-serif;
  width: 90%;
  margin: 0 auto;
  line-height: 1.5;

img { margin-right: .5em; }

hr { margin: 1em 0; }
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