Adrian M. Adrian M. - 7 months ago 25
HTML Question

Can CSS override the bold style of an existing <b> bold tag?

I have a script that has a breadcrumb styled outside of my reach (core files), and I want to override all its styling using CSS. The text looks like this:

<div class="someclass">
<b>Some Text</b>
</div>


I want to style the
<div>
to make it ignore the bold tag. Is this possible without removing the
<b>
tag and just using external CSS?

Answer

Yes:

.someClass b {
    font-weight: normal;
}