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Old 01-22-2011, 04:38 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by clemon79 View Post
I'm using Sigil to edit and format an epub, and there are several passages that I want to increase the margins on, and so I am setting those passages to a style in the CSS within the epub, which seems to be working but not honoring the "margin-left" and "margin-right" arguments.

I have unchecked "Ignore margins" in Calibre, and it's still not honoring those settings.
If you set "margin-left" and "margin-right" properly in the css calibre honors these settings. Try a epub to epub conversion first and see how the converted epub looks.
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