Still wondering...

  • 2
    It overrides the client rules. It should be an exception.
  • 4
    That moment when !important doesn’t work.
  • 2
    Oh, sorry, that was my !important I made sure always loaded after your important, because !!important.
  • 0
    Because everything else is NOT important.

    Source: @C0D4 circa 2020

    Actually I think it's in the MSDN docs somewhere.
  • 0
    #include <iso646.h>
  • 1
    Always use specificity instead of !important

    Like writing comments in the code, if you have to do it, you failed doing it in a better way 🙂
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