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cdckaren Community Member Posts: 37 ♪ Opening Act ♪
Perhaps we're talking cross purposes. I'm talking about a style sheet(s) as a separate file with a .CSS extension that includes the major/common styles in a course (For example, the default font colour, size, name...). The typical trivantis.css often only contains the not very useful:DIV.aligncenter {text-align:center}DIV.alignright   {text-align:right}DIV.alignjustify {text-align:justify}DIV.alignleft    {text-align:left} A         &nbsp ;     {text-decoration: none}Having inline styles or having to specify most of the styles in the head of a document does little for the separation of structure and content.Andrew Poulos