Two style files and conflict issue in use on one page

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in my css file there is a class called .header This class also exists in WordPress’ stylesheet as a result, both style files I call have the same class and the last one has an effect. as a result, unwanted results occur

the solution is probably this;

#custom-div .header{

but my style file is too big. It will be very difficult to add this to the beginning of the whole classes.

Is there any other solution?



WordPress Admin Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS >

#custom-div .header{
color:red !important;

This code copy paste and Published.

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