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CSS class overrides applied class

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Here is my html:
<div class="60px-subhead-blue"><b>20<span class="supersize-text-sup">% </span>OFF ANY NEW FURNACE!</b></div>

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And here's my css:
.60px-subhead-orange {
	font-size: 60px;
	color: #EB872B;
	line-height: 94%;
}

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and here the page, top center box with the gray border:
http://www.dallasplumbing.com/index-winter-2-2014.php

If I apply the style inline it works. Otherwise it won't.
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Question by:weknowjack
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by:Tom Beck
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I see this class="60px-subhead-blue" in the div and .60px-subhead-orange in the css definition. Significant?
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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I don't understand the question.  '60px-subhead-blue' and '60px-subhead-orange' are not the same classes.  In addition, class names are not supposed to start with a number and neither are id names.
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by:weknowjack
ID: 40560330
Sorry. Copied the wrong css. They are both there:
.60px-subhead-orange {
	font-size: 60px;
	color: #EB872B;
	line-height: 94%;
}
.60px-subhead-blue {
	font-size: 60px;
	color: #228EFF;
	line-height: 94%;
}

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by:weknowjack
ID: 40560341
I didn't know that about the numbers. I'll switch things around and see if that works. Let you know shortly.
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by:weknowjack
ID: 40560346
Problem was the class structure, as pointed out. Thanks much.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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