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Overwrite one break point earlier break point ?

Sent by Tom Livingston on 30 July 2016 14:02


Breakpoints are not themselves overwritten by each other. They are
parameters. The rules inside breakpoints can override previous rules, or
can be in effect at all widths. If you don't override a base rule, it will
remain in effect. If you override it in a subsequent rule, that rule is in
effect - until you override that rule.

On Friday, July 29, 2016, Crest Christopher [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
wrote:

> Is it safe to assume if I want a break point which is last in the
> cascade to be overwrote by a break point earlier in the cascade, I need
> to use LASS or SASS; and that there is no way to do this with regular CSS ?
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