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Adding Styles to the HTML Editor

Thread began 2/08/2010 1:11 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 2/19/2010 11:09 pm by christine310921 | 3623 views | 15 replies


Adding Styles to the HTML Editor

I want to allow my client to use existing styles in the website. By reading some former posts I managed to re-enter the HTML and hit the Customize button to add my style sheet. I clicking the Styling tab in the editor settings and navigated to my main.css style sheet. Two questions here:-
1. Why can I see only some of my styles? For instance I cannot see styles for H1, H2, H3 etc. even though they are there in my style sheet.
2. In the Body Class drop down menu I see some of my styles. Do I have to go through this process for each one or is there a way to select multiple styles?
All help gratefully received.

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