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<TITLE>CSS1 Test Suite: 3.1 important</TITLE>
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P {color: green ! important;}
P {color: red;}
P#id1 {color: purple;}
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<BODY><P>The style declarations which apply to the text below are:</P>
<PRE>P {color: green ! important;}
P {color: red;}
P#id1 {color: purple;}
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This sentence should be green, because the declaration marked important should override any other normal declaration for the same element, even if it occurs later in the stylesheet.
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<P ID="id1">
This sentence should also be green, even though it has an ID of <TT>id1</TT>, which would ordinarily make it purple. This is because declarations marked important have more weight than normal declarations given in a STYLE attribute.
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<P style="color: red;">
This sentence should also be green, even though it has a STYLE attribute declaring it to be red. This is because declarations marked important have more weight than normal declarations given in a STYLE attribute.
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<TD colspan="2" bgcolor="silver"><STRONG>TABLE Testing Section</STRONG></TD>
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<TD bgcolor="silver">&nbsp;</TD>
<TD><P>
This sentence should be green, because the declaration marked important should override any other normal declaration for the same element, even if it occurs later in the stylesheet.
</P>
<P ID="id1">
This sentence should also be green, even though it has an ID of <TT>id1</TT>, which would ordinarily make it purple. This is because declarations marked important have more weight than normal declarations given in a STYLE attribute.
</P>
<P style="color: red;">
This sentence should also be green, even though it has a STYLE attribute declaring it to be red. This is because declarations marked important have more weight than normal declarations given in a STYLE attribute.
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