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2.6.2 Debugging style files

If you want to understand why the style rules in a style file produce the output that you see, you can do so in three steps:

  1. Run the program with the command-line option --color=html, redirecting the output to a file.
  2. Open the resulting HTML file in a browser.
  3. Use the browser’s built-in CSS debugging tool.

This technique allows you, in particular, to see which CSS declarations override which other CSS declarations from other CSS rules.