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    My stylesheet is being partially ignored

    There is a test one page web showing the problem at:
    http://www.sensibleweb.co.uk/test/ the content of the css sheet has been copied there. It works for the obscure things like scroll bar!

    I used the CSS generator at http://www.ahfb2000.com/cssgenerator2.php?sub=gen_form to make a style sheet. My main concerns being that the font was Verdanna 10pt in the body, or really in the 'td' as the page is created with a table.
    I cannot understand why when I place the cursor anywhere in the body, table cell. header the font writes 'Arial 8pt'. It is not that FP is using a default font for viewing as I set that to 'Elephant'.

    The page is partially ignoring the css sheet.
    Previously the page used an FP Theme but I modified the Theme to show 'None', then deleted the 'Theme' folder from the web and recalc. hyperlinks.
    Could anyone show me where I have gone wrong please?

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    Without looking at the page or the source code and using my own experience, the ID or class must be inside the <TABLE ... >or <TR ...> or <TD ...> or even the <A HREF=...> to force the definitions in the .css file to apply. Someone else probably has the reason.

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    Oh No - I see my mistakes

    The font size has been stated on the stylesheet as 10px, when I want 10pt.

    The font family starts with Arial for the 'td' style.
    Now I have changed both it to the same as 'body' order; Verdana first, it works.

    Thanks anyway

    Jackie



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