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Old 08-27-2012, 08:01 PM   #7
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If the ePUB is intended to be read only in iBooks, on the iPad, you can use CSS to target all of these duplicated classes in one shot, like this:

Code:
p[class^="bluebox_head"] {
 /* your styles */
}
This does not work on eReaders that use Abobe RMSDK. Other than that, GREP is your best friend.
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