|Subject:||Alias names for css classes?|
|Posted by:||Monty (lmont…@my-deja.com)|
|Date:||19 May 2004|
Lets say you've created a css style called .ninetypercent that sets
the font size to 90%. Then lets say you want that style to be applies
to certain types of textual content (e.g., help text and cross
references). Is there a way to have .helptext and .crossreference
styles act as aliases of .ninetypercent or do you have to create three
iterations of the same style in the css?
Thanks for any advice.