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Old 11-28-2011, 08:02 PM   #4
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Thanks for your assistance

With Sigil open to my ePub, I see the stylesheet.css to edit, but how do I cross-reference the heading1, heading2 in Sigil's left, upper window, with the Calibre1, Calibre2 as displayed in the stylesheet opened in Sigil.

I see where I can change the top margin, but knowing which heading ties in with heading1 is where I am at a loss.
everything in the stylesheet that starts with a dot (.) will be tied to a class= statement in code View (Sigil)

ex.
<h3 class="calibre72">A weird chapter</h3>

adjusting the style: .calibre72 will affect ALL places that have class="calibre72"

You can make new classes (both places) if not all places used are to be changed.

(there are more tricks of the trade once you get comfortable
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