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Mini-Quiz: Order of Precedence for CSS Rules

by Ron Kurtus (27 May 2014)

Take this Mini-Quiz to check your understanding of the lesson material.



1. Which rules take top precedence?

Those written in JavaScript

Browser default rules

Those closest to the content

2. Why is an ID rule more specific than a Class rule?

The ID rule can only be used once in a web page

The ID relates to a user code

The Class rule can only be used once in a web page

3. Which rules in a style sheet override similar rules?

Rules that are not assigned to an element

Those rules stated toward the end of the style sheet

The first rules listed

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