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You can only override properties that have hooks. This is because the Shadow DOM specifically prevents components from overriding other components' styles. The documentation says: CSS styles defined in a parent component don’t leak into a child. In our example, a p style defined in the todoApp.css style sheet doesn’t style the p element in the c-todo-item ...


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Due to LWC's Shadow DOM you cannot override those values using only the class name. CSS styles defined in a parent component don’t leak into a child SLDS allows to override them via styling hooks. A lot of properties are setted using var() function, which get a custom property name as first parameter and a fallback (default) value. I.E. font-size: var(--...


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.You cannot override it using that selector only. You will have to be much more specific in order to override it, for example: .containerInstanceClass div.className > div.otehrclass > div.slds-form-element__label However, I strongly discourage you of using the !important flag in css, as it is not considered a best practice. Instead of using the slds ...


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the vertical nav blueprints have class names which you can use and toggle based on the selected tab: ...<li class="slds-nav-vertical__item slds-is-active">... as you can see, slds-is-active indicates what tab is active, and modifies the css in consequence, so, when you click on a slds-nav-vertical__item you can toggle it. You will need to ...


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SLDS recommends using variable density classes so when you use slds-p-around__medium, It recommends using slds-var-p-around__medium. Because of this you are getting this line. This line appears if there is any error/recommendation by any extension. If you hover over that statement you will get message for that line


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Some standard tokens now have variable token alternatives so that they are responsive to display density. References: https://www.lightningdesignsystem.com/utilities/margin/#Variable-Density-Classes https://www.lightningdesignsystem.com/utilities/padding/#Variable-Density-Classes


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