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    I have a strange error with my calendars at the website, HAG I am working at.

    http://www.horizonairgetaways.com/ahwv2/
    Calendar after Departure and Return are all in red (headings part)

    http://www.horizonairgetaways.com/ah...Action=Display
    Calendar in here, after Departure and Return is up-sized font size little and has some orange?

    I want the calendar on the Specials page (second URL) to look like the calendar on the front (index) page. BOTH ARE linked to the same style sheets of HAGcal.css. However the front page is only set double with HAGstylesindex.css whenas the inside specials is doubled with HAGstylesgeneral as for CSS in all pages inside that.

    So I am very positive the css of HAGstylesgeneral is influencing this. I tried switching general css with index css and that calendar worked the way I want, on the Specials page! But the CSS is wrong now (with index) there. I am wondering if there is some type of clear property I can do to the CSS to prevent the other CSS' from influencing it.

    Ideas, Solutions?
    Thank you! Carrie

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    I'm guessing there might be some CSS properties with the same name,
    and then there are conflicts. You could try appending the calendar CSS
    file to the bottom of the main CSS and then analyze it ... looking for
    some ID's or classes that are named the same.

    Save it as one CSS file and eliminate the calendar CSS file from your page.

    Don't do any of that on your index page (because it already works), but
    on the other page(s).


    That's about all I can think of.


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    Hmmmpt, I was hoping there'd be an easier way to cheat this out.
    I even thought {literal} could do that but haha, nope.

    I will do that, I thought the same with the same "class" names but didn't find that. Just strange. I will do your suggestion, paste at bottom and test as I go along of where it's coming from.

    Thank you for inputting your thought/suggestion.
    Carrie

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    CSS tags are processed in the order in which they appear.

    That's why you can have a style sheet defined in your <head> section,
    and later on, change one of the tags using inline CSS.

    I'm just thinking that something like that is happening, only it is occurring
    between the CSS files. Just for fun, you could reverse which one gets
    loaded first and see if anything changes.



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