Irrespective of whether you are working on a small-sized, medium-size or a large project, coding issues tend to creep up if they aren’t addressed properly. Selector Specificity is one such issue that haunts developers, especially the ones working on large-size websites. As your website becomes bigger in size, it is important that the CSS selectors must become shorter. If not, this could result in making the specificity higher, which causes self-induced specificity issues.

In order to overcome such issues, you need to make the selectors more specific. Here you’ll learn about how you can identify conflicting declarations, and will understand the basic way to calculate the specificity of each selector. Additionally, you’ll find some useful hacks to increase the specificity, thereby providing valuable insight that helps improve your stylesheets.

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