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From: Haolin W.
Date: Sun 15th Mar 2020, 5:26pm
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Hey. Yes you're correct. The inherit property applies the property from the immediate 
parent. As for your other question, I'm not exactly sure what you mean. Do you mean 
inheriting from grandparent/great-grandparent elements? If that's the case, CSS already 
does that.

Take this example. https://puu.sh/FkN8V.png
This has a text colour of red applied on the grand parent element. However, all following 
elements will inherit the red text unless specified otherwise. https://puu.sh/FkNaB.png

The standard inherit example is best visualised when you try to use anchor tags (<a>) to 
redirect to other areas, where the link will always have the blue hyperlink colour. Using 
inheritance removes that colour.

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