On Thu, 27 Jan 2011 22:35:39 +0930, Michael Wheatland
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 10:31 PM, Rimas Kudelis <email@example.com> wrote:
2011.01.27 14:54, Michael Wheatland rašė:
Address and preformatted are the only options in the WYSIWYG editor
along with H# tags, both of which overflow the text box.
If another option was available I would use it. Also I don't want to
html code styles, stylesheets are the best way to manage consistency
across the site.
Are there already other styles built into the theme CSS, and if so why
is the editor not picking them up automatically?
I think you should check out the other drop-down menu, maybe? ;)
I have tried almost every option in the style dropdown and only 2
work, neither of which is the style I am looking for. ie smaller text,
possibly inside a style box as a note at the top of the article.
'highlight' is one of those styles that is designed for content rather
than theme. Surely this style was not modelled off the LibreOffice
colour scheme? Although if we had LibreOffice official highlighted
text colour inside a grey box, that would be perfect.
Can anyone help with this? A text overflow out of a box just looks very
Michael (it's very confusing to see Mike, but it means Michael),
where can I access the CSS file for the Template? Do you know this?
Normally all the styles are defined there!
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