David gives a quick rundown of some of the selectors we can expect to see in CSS4.
I really like this proposal to allow for more nuanced linking using CSS selectors in fragment identifiers (though I worry about the overloading of the # symbol in URLs).
I agree with Oli’s conclusion:
This is an excellent idea from Andy: selector queries. Like media queries but at the component level. Quite often it isn’t the width of the viewport that matters, it’s the width of the containing element for whatever you’re trying to style.
Nicholas and Nicole have unveiled the CSS companion to JS Lint. And yes, it will your hurt your feelings.
The selector of the beast does not exist.