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What Is CSS Cascading?
CSS cascading is another rule that allows multiple definitions on the same style property of
the same HTML tag instance. The Web browser will use cascading order rules to determine the winning
definition. Multiple definitions of the same property could happen because:
- Multiple CSS files can be attached to a single HTML document.
- CSS selectors can overlap on HTML tag instances.
- External CSS definitions can mixed with CSS definitions included inside HTML Tag instances.
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- What Is CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)?
- What Is the Basic Unit of CSS?
- How Many Ways to Attach CSS to HTML Documents?
- How To Include CSS Inside an HTML Tag?
- How To Include CSS Inside the HEAD Tag?
- How To Store CSS Definitions in External Files?
- How Many Ways to Select HTML Tag Instances?
- What Is a Class Selector?
- What Is an ID Selector?
- What Is a Contextual Selector?
- What Is a Group Selector?
- What Is a Mixed Selector?
- What Are the Pseudo Classes on <A> Tags?
- How To Group CSS Definitions Together?
- What Is Style Property Inheritance?
- What Is CSS Cascading?
- What Are the CSS Cascading Order Rules?
- How To Remove the Top White Space of Your Web Page?
- How To Set Different Text Fonts Inside Tables?
- How To Use Class Selectors to Differentiate Tag Instances?
- How To Use IDs to Override Classes?