[Support request] Placing your child theme CSS before the parent CSS without !important

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    Juan Jose

    Hi, I would like to put the son theme before the father theme so I don’t have to put !important all the time, is it possible?

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    David
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    Hi there,

    That won’t fix the issue.
    It sounds like your CSS needs to be more specific.

    Can you share a Child Theme CSS style your using and a link to where we can see the issue and we’ll have a look.

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