Preview/Change Site Stylesheet
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Using An Alternate Stylesheet For The Site
For users of IE4+ and Netscape 6+ browsers (hopefully soon Opera as well), you can select one of several stylesheets to use for the entire site by choosing from the list below. You can preview the style sheet's effect beforehand by selecting the "Preview" button. The "Save Settings" button will finalize your style sheet settings for the site by saving the information in a browser cookie. Once you save your settings, the browser will then use the stylesheet elsewhere on the site.
Current Style Sheet Used: Select a Style Sheet:

Sample CSS Styles:

Sample Page Header

Alert: Special Value
Support Key: [2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE1|M|N1|O2.1]
In-Page Link 1
In-Page Link 2
In-Page Link 3
In-Page Link 4
In-Page Link 5
In-Page Link 6
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Main Heading
Regular text is here. This is Alert content This is secondary Alert content. For those who like hyperlinks, this is what Hyperlink text looks like. If you need a very special message, it is marked up as a Magic Word.
Main Heading Again
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE3|M|N4B2|O]
Level 3 Item heading:
This is the description of the level 3 heading.
<tagname ATTRIBUTE1=Value1 ATTRIBUTE2="Value2"
STYLE="css-property: property-value">Element content is here. </tagname>
Support Key

Tag Attribute 2.0 3.0 3.2 4.0   1.0 1.1   IExplorer Mosaic Netscape Opera

Element XX XX XX 1.01.0 1.02.1
Attribute ---- --X XX 4.0B1-- ----