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/* make the body grey with blue text, sans-serif font */ body, td, tr { color: #457; background: #ddd; } body { font-family:Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 10pt +; } /* give tables a light blue border, and make headings stand out */ table { color: #457; background: #9ac; } table td h3 { color: #457; background: #9ac; padding: 0.5em;} /* color links */ a, a font { color: #457; background: #eee; text-decoration: none; } a:hover { color: #eee; background: #457; } /* inline code blocks are dark blue on light blue, full code blocks are dark blue on light grey, bordered */ pre { color:#457; background:#eee; padding: 0.5em; border: 1px solid # +457; } tt { color:#ddd; background:#9ac; padding: 0 0.5em; } pre tt { color: #457; background: transparent; border: none; } /* override <font>...</font> tags */ font, b, strong { color: #457; background: transparent; } /* err... um... nothing to see here! */ layer, iframe { display: none; }

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