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width:400px;

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h2. Overview

Through summaries of key concepts provide CSS examples, the article aims to describe for you to follow describe how you can override FSS styles and classes with your own CSS styles, as well as under what conditions you can do so.

More technical details and background information regarding the CSS concepts  are provided [at the W3C|http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/cascade.html].

h2. Key Concepts



h3. Inheritance

Summarize concept and include examples


h3. Style sheet origins

Summarize concept and include examples


Author

User

User Agent


h3. Cascade

Summarize concept and include examples


h3. \!importance declaration

Summarize concept and include examples


h3. Specificity

Summarize concept and include examples


h2. Overriding an Entire Class

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h2. Overriding an Instance of a Class

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