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Hello, There is an option at the bottom of the CSS style list in Contribute, to remane or delete CSS styles. How do I configure Contribute to give my client access to use the CSS styles, but to prevent him from renaming or deleting them?? Many thanks......

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    Default CSS - Deleting and Renaming

    Hello,

    There is an option at the bottom of the CSS style list in Contribute, to
    remane or delete CSS styles. How do I configure Contribute to give my client
    access to use the CSS styles, but to prevent him from renaming or deleting
    them??

    Many thanks...

    dave@zinco Guest

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    Default Re: CSS - Deleting and Renaming

    They can only apply/delete *user defined* styles. If you allow them to apply
    coloring, and you have it set to apply color/size differentials via CSS then
    Contribute will create new classes for them, within the header of the page.

    Its only these styles that they can rename or delete. Not your global CSS
    file. So don't lose any sleep. Also, if you disable the use of color & text
    size then they won't be able to create their own styles to begin with. A
    better solution is just to have your own predefined styles availble in the
    styles menu which they can apply to their text when needed.

    its also good to have headers, but overwrite their appearance with CSS.

    mzanime.com Guest

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