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CSSLint "!Important" issues.
So I make CSS skins often (most are unfinished projects, lol) and most of us know errors are detected with CSSLint, right? Well, if you use "!Important" in rules, on most cases, it detects it as an issue and tells you to remove it. Sometimes it's right and it's pretty much useless to have it there, but most of the time I need it to be there for a rule to work, but it still says I'm wrong. This is just plain annoying, and it didn't happen when I first started making styles. Maybe I'm just wrong and stupid and CSSLint is right, who knows. Any thoughts on this?