Tech Tutorial: Learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – Episode 14: Specificity

Because styles in CSS are cascading, meaning they build on top of each other, we need to understand how CSS calculates the effects of our style rules on the elements within a document. This is known as CSS specificity and is something every developer needs to understand in order to avoid a lot of headaches when implementing a designer’s look and feel in code.

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