1. selector list argument of :not()

    Selectors Level 3 only allowed `:not()` pseudo-class to accept a single simple selector, which the element must not match any of. Thus, `:not(a, .b, [c])` or `:not(a.b[c])` did not work. Selectors Level 4 allows `:not()` to accept a list of selectors. Thus, `:not(a):not(.b):not([c])` can instead be written as `:not(a, .b, [c])` and `:not(a.b[c])` works as intended.

  2. CSS3 selectors

    Advanced element selection using selectors including: `[foo^="bar"]`, `[foo$="bar"]`, `[foo*="bar"]`, `:root`, `:nth-child()`, `:nth-last-child()`, `:nth-of-type()`, `:nth-last-of-type()`, `:last-child`, `:first-of-type`, `:last-of-type`, `:only-child`, `:only-of-type`, `:empty`, `:target`, `:enabled`, `:disabled`, `:checked`, `:not()`, `~` (general sibling)

  3. css selector: negation pseudo-class selector (`:not()`)