This community-built FAQ covers the “Chaining and Specificity” exercise in Codecademy’s CSS lessons.
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Uh, duh. Feel like this lesson has been said.
According to this exercise, due to there being a more specific selector, the more general selector will not take hold.
But what if the specific selector changes the color, while the more general selector changes the font?