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Modifying Output with CSS Properties and Attributes

Cascading style sheet (CSS) properties give you detailed control over the appearance of your generated output. Style Designer provides an intuitive interface to help you modify your output using CSS properties. In addition to the online help, additional knowledge of CSS properties and attributes can help you achieve the results you want. For more information about CSS principals, see W3 Schools at www.w3schools.com and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at www.w3.org.

Because your online output is HTML- and CSS-based, the appearance of your output can be inconsistent between different browsers. This inconsistency is a limitation of HTML and CSS, since not all browsers implement the standards defined by the W3C in a consistent way. In addition, some output formats do not support all HTML and CSS features. In these cases, ePublisher disables or hides the incompatible options.

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