Another core mechanism in CSS is inheritance. It means that some styles can be passed on from a parent element to its descendants (i.e., elements nested in it).
For example, all the elements within the
body tag are its descendants. If the styles of
body make text color red, the text color in all the other elements would also become red.
Another example: the
ul tag is the parent tag for all the
li tags contained within it. If you italicize the
ul font, this will apply to all the
li elements within it.
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