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CSS stylesheet for ePub
/* You may notice that my CSS file is organized in a fairly straightforward and */
/* static way. This is intentional, folks. You can do a LOT fancier - but I'm */
/* operating under a KISS principle here. Otherwise it's too easy to have more */
/* than one style applying to any line and making troubleshooting difficult. */
/* My goal is portability and it NEVER distracting from the text. */
/* Put any additional fonts you REQUIRE here. I recommend using additional fonts */
/* only when you MUST; and always define a fallback. Please note that if you have */
/* the font in a sub-directory, you must define it properly in the src portion */
/* Also ensure you have the rights to whatever fonts you are using. For example, */
/* I contacted the HPLHS for express permission to use this font of theirs. */
@font-face {
font-family: Lovecraft Block;
font-weight: normal;
font-style: normal;
src: url("LovecBloHPLHS.otf") format("opentype");}
body{margin-left:30px;margin-right:30px}
/* default paragraph style. Indented paragraph, small amount of space between */
/* paragraphs. */
p{text-indent:0.3in;font-family:"Times New Roman",Times,serif;font-size:100%;margin-top:0.01in;margin-bottom:0.01in;}
/* Use this for ANY line you do not wish to have indented. */
.first{text-indent:0in;margin-left:0in;}
/* For citation (or any other hanging indent) */
.cite{text-indent:-0.3in;margin-left:0.3in;}
.toc{text-indent:0in;}
.center{text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;}
/* Main big title - headers are all done in a sans font */
.title{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;font-weight: bold;font-size:120%;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.2in;}
/* Secondary or subtitle */
.title2{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;font-weight: bold;font-size:110%;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.2in;}
/* Tertiary Header, for in the body of the text. The 3l variant is for left justified */
.title3{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;font-weight: bold;font-size:100%;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.01in;}
.title3l{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;font-weight: bold;font-size:100%;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.01in;}
/* Byline, two sizes to show how it's done. */
.by{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.2in;}
.bysmall{font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;margin-top:0.2in;margin-bottom:0.2in;font-size:80%;}
/* Marked off in a different font, to separate the bio elements in an anthology */
.bio{text-indent:0;font-family:"Verdana",Arial,sans-serif;font-size:90%;}
/* Miscellaneous style elements */
.blockquote{text-indent:0.25in;margin-left:0.25in;margin-right:0.25in;}
/* blockquoted note - much like if there was a quoted note, but you don't want to use just blockquote */
.note{text-indent:0.25in;margin-left:0.25in;margin-right:0.25in;font-family:"Trebuchet MS",Times,serif;font-size:100%;margin-top:0.01in;margin-bottom:0.01in;font-style: italic;}
/* example of blockquoted note with a different font - note the fallback fonts */
/* are still defined in the style. Assume that the fallbacks will be used when designing! */
/* .note{text-indent:0.25in;margin-left:0.25in;margin-right:0.25in;font-family:"Lovecraft Block","Trebuchet MS",Times,serif;font-size:100%;margin-top:0.01in;margin-bottom:0.01in;font-style: italic;} */
.right{text-align:right;}
/* This is not always supported; use sparingly. A full file break is the only */
/* universally supported way to guarantee a pagebreak on all devices. */
.pagebreak{text-indent:0;margin-left:0;text-align:center;page-break-before:always;}
a {color: inherit; text-decoration: inherit; cursor: default;}
a[href] { color: blue; text-decoration: underline; cursor: pointer;}
/* If you wish to define your italics and bold via spans, you can do it here */
.i {font-style: italic;}
.b {font-weight: bold;}
.u {text-decoration: underline;}
.sup{ vertical-align: super;}
.strike{text-decoration: line-through;}
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