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    I have two CSSs that I need to have active on one page. The first is my primary CSS and the second is for a popup calendar. My problem is that in each I need to fix the height of the <tr>. One needs to be 23px and the other 15px. But, whichever one loads last sets the height for the other.

    Is there a way to limit which value gets assigned to the individual <tr> tags?

    TIA for your assistance.


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    You would need to assign a class to each tr so you could target them individually in the CSS. Or use an inline style directly in the page markup. Here's a tutorial for using classes:

    If you need more help, please post a link to your page and indicate which <tr> should have which height.
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