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User-Defined Styles

As modern browsers make it easier for people to use their own custom style sheet on any given site, it is becoming increasingly important that you design your pages to good (X)HTML standards. In Mozilla, there is even a View > Use Style submenu, and Safari has an option in the Advanced category of its Preferences to specify your own style sheet. In Internet Explorer, select Tools > Internet Options, and then click the Accessibility button. In the dialog that appears, you can browse to a specific CSS file on your hard drive or point to an absolute URL. You can test local changes you’ve made to a site’s CSS by setting the file as your user-defined CSS file. Make and save the modifications to your local file, and you can view the site online without disrupting the look until you’re ready to replace the current file. Have fun with this one; you’ll find it is a great way to learn all about CSS.

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