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Old 07-16-2011, 03:25 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by kartu View Post
Custom CSS works in all books, but some might have style that overrides yours, which is a generic CSS "issue".
Actually, that's the goal: modify the defaults, but allow the book's own css to override these as needed so its design is preserved. If the ePub's design is faulty, then it's the ePub that needs to be fixed, since mucking around with !important properties that will mess things up in other books.

But you have a point about redefining the base font classes, that will catch cases where the book (unnecessarily) has something like body { font-family: serif ... }.
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