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Here's part of my on-site CSS as an example

/* clearpixel-- still takes up space with images turned off in setting +s */ img { display: none; } /* but i do want home node pictures */ table table img { display: inline; } /* i don't browse full screen to have a small textarea :) */ textarea { width: 100%; height: 300px; } /* Code blocks in a nice white-bordered gray box */ pre tt { display: block; background-color: #404040; border: 1px solid white; width: 90%; padding: 0px 2ex 2ex 2ex; } /* I like a little feedback now and then */ a:hover { color: red; }
I use this with the Dark theme, which has a black background and white text.

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In reply to Re: PerlMonks CSS Examples by Juerd
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