:last-child pseudo class selector in CSS

The :last-child selector allows you to target the last element directly inside its containing element.

It is used to style content based on its relationship with parent and sibling content.

Using :last-child is similar to :last-of-type but with one important difference: it is less specific. :last-child will only try to match the very last child of a parent element, while last-of-type will match the last occurrence of a specified element.

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