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How to ignore attributes in a CSS

I have an <a href> style in a style sheet but I want to ingnore the a tags attributes on one of my pages.
In other words, I call my style sheet into the page and reference the styles throughout he page but in one instance on the page I need to ignore the style on my defined a tag.

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Mark Steggles

8/22/2022 - Mon
Mark Steggles

Greetings dawes4000,

You will have to give those links a different style by giving them a class="" and a separate style in your stylesheet


I was hoping there was a way... instead of creating another style. It seems I have made to many styles and they've become difficult to manage and know what each style does. I should have been better at naming the styles and given them a more discriptive name when creating them. So here I am now trying to ignore them.
Mark Steggles

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