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Old 12-20-2010, 01:00 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Bertrand View Post
Ok, here's my css code.

This is the file that I use to replace the default stylesheet.

In this file I kept all your classes.
I change the selectors h1 to h6, p.
I add two custom classes.

(Sometimes I add more classes, it depends on the content of the book, but those are the main styles)

I have to say that in openOffice, before creating the epub, I reset all predefined styles, load my own styles and apply them. After that, my css file works nicely in my reader.
Nice!

If you change:
Code:
font: 1em Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
with:
Code:
font: 1em Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif, sansserif, monospace;
you can change all font faces "on the fly" in almost every reader.
By remove sansserif and monospace the user cannot set the font to "Arial" or "Courier"

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