FAQ: Learn CSS Selectors Visual Rules - CSS Setup Selectors - Style Tag


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#3

I just completed the exercise. Indeed, the first paragraph changed to “arial”.
The question is that I put the css code under the head, as the exercise demands, but the “arial” worked only for the first paragraph, not for the following paragraphs. I thought that at the head it would be global for all the paragraphs.


#4

This is because there is only one Paragraph in the exercise. The other blocks of text are in a Div elements.


#5

if the element was applied inside of the element why has the paragraph inside of the element change?


#6

I’ve learnt that there are three different ways to make use of css styling. The inline, the ? tag and the separate .css file. My question now is, Can you use the three in a single file? Also, in a case where i use different styles for a particular element e.g

, which would overwrite the other? Like if in the inline styling, i set the color of

to red but in the style tag i set it to blue and in the .css file, its set to green… which would actually appear/