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Aynur Ganbarova1,849 Points
Which step resolves the conflict between style declarations and decides which styles are applied by the browser?
what is the answer?
Brendan WhitingFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 84,734 Points
It's Specificity. For example, and id has higher specificity than a class. Since there can be only one of something with an id, but many items with the same class, then styles with that id are interpreted to overrule styles with that class.