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Avoid selectors that look like regular expressions in CSS

This rule is aimed at flagging selectors that have the potential to cause performance issues. As such, this rule warns when a selector is found using *=, |=, ^=, $=, or ~=.

CheckId CSL308819
TypeName AvoidSelectorsThatLookLikeRegularExpressionsInCSS
Severity Warning
Type CSSFile
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