An asterisk ( i.e. “*” ) is used to denote a CSS universal selector. An asterisk can also be followed by a selector. This is useful when you want to set a style for of all the elements of an HTML page or for all of the elements within an element of an HTML page.
What does * mean in HTML?
The * means “all elements” (a universal selector), so we are setting all elements to have zero margins, and zero padding, thus making them look the same in all browsers. … It resets the margin and padding of all HTML elements on the page to 0.
How do I make asterisk in HTML?
- UNICODE. U+0002A.
- HEX CODE. *
- HTML CODE. *
- HTML ENTITY. *
- CSS CODE. 02A. <span>*</span> content: “