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    Shepherd of the Lost TrkJac's Avatar
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    Override command?

    Is there a way that I can overide the default properties of the page without entering the new style for every device, table, etc.? Maybe something in the head section about remove properties?

    There are several problems occuring within one of my pages and I feel that if I can just enter in the background/table/etc. code myself it will work out. Or at least be better than the current dead space that's there until you scroll significantly down the page when viewing in Netscape or IE.
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    Any manually-entered style rules will override imported style rules. So you can add your own rules in a tag (using HTML brackets... still not sure how the forum deals with that) and it should override the defaults.

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    Shepherd of the Lost TrkJac's Avatar
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    Okay, thanks.
    I will do what I can.
    It is the most that can be asked of us,
    and the least that any of us should be willing to give. ~Caderlly
    , Night Masks
    Quote Originally Posted by Valkyrie Esker
    "You aren't half the man I used to be"

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