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Outside of work, Dr. Harris enjoys spending time with his young child. He likes to participate in outdoor activities like running, hiking, hunting and coaching youth cross country and track. He also watches baseball and cheers on the St. Louis Cardinals.

tags, I would prefer the behavior from the code above to be produced. How can I do that? A: The culprit is the element inside the element. In your code, whether what is shown or not is determined by how you have declared and have set the font-weight value on the.GetPrimaryColors() line. GetPrimaryColors() is compiled into a style-rule attribute taking the font-weight to anything but very light. It does not effect inline or nested styles. Try this (note: you should not nest tag stylesets) so you do not get into an infinite loop: black feline on the cross avi There is another reason you are getting the behaviour you are showing if you use a web-browsers' inspector tool. In the screenshot below you can see that (unlike your code) I have not declared the anywhere else in the page, and it still works the same way. The reason for this is that CSS inherits everything it doesn't explicity define. Most browsers' inspect engines display the inheritance of styles as a (typically right-to-left) tree. The online demo you show next to your snippet has no stylesheets declared at all. It shows this behaviour, so browser differences aside, the same code as in your snippet should work. d2c66b5586


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