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I am working with a pre-existing theme. On the site in question, the style sets rules for P tags. These rules are applied in preference to the class styles for P tags used in certain blocks. (With the result that covers, for example, look quite silly). How can I fix this?

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  • What do you mean covers? can you share your URL so we can see what is "silly" and what should you do. – Castiblanco Jul 7 '19 at 2:00
  • Covers are a built-in block type. By silly, I mean that style.css defines p as something like 12pt which makes .has_huge_font_size overridden. – Matthew Brown aka Lord Matt Jul 7 '19 at 6:59
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    There's nothing special about Gutenberg here, your CSS just needs to use Specificity appropriately. – Jacob Peattie Jul 11 '19 at 12:29
  • Is there some way I can restate the block CSS, queue it last, or make it all !important? The theme is nice but it does not play well with the new block approached. – Matthew Brown aka Lord Matt Aug 4 '19 at 1:17
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Many of the default blocks add a class wp-block-[name] to the block's root element on save. You could use these to increase your class specificity.

For your example of covers, .wp-block-cover .has-huge-font-size or .wp-block-cover p.has-huge-font-size depending on how much specificity you need.

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