I just want to add one caveat of the :not selector:
It's quite expensive when working on low-performance environment. (let's be clear, I'm not talking about regular personal computer.)
CSS parse selector from right to left. So for this :
The parser will select all nodes being :first-of-type (potentially a lot). Then apply the inverse with the :not, and finally keeping only the li tag among them.
Given :not is never the only way to do something in CSS, if you really care for performance, avoid the :not selector. (in the end, it's very useful and I use it on personal projects)
Very good point! Something to definitely keep in mind when choosing what kind of CSS selector to use. Thanks for sharing this insight 👍
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