This rule applies to a named character
. Within the page, we can say that some text is of this class (for example, like this: <div class="character">Petruchio</div>
), and that the text will display using this rule. In this rule, all character names end up being bold and uppercase. Note that to define a class rule, it must be preceded by a period.
In Script 11.1
is used in two different ways, both as an attribute for multiple divs
and as an attribute for a span
. This rule applies to both.