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  1. Hi Jardrake, and thanks for the reply. Actually you have given me an idea. Since I'm already "top and tailing" the content so it appears within my site's styles, I could do a replacement on the class ids that the third party code pumps out before sending it to the end user. There'll be a bit of maintenance but a lot less than trying to patch the third party code every time I update it. A bit of a hack, since trying to parse html is fraught with potential problems, but with a limited scope of the replacements, I can probably get away with it. Although knowing myself, I'll probably scope creep t
  2. Hiyas, I have tried searching for this but came up blank, so I'd appreciate any pointers in the right direction. I'm trying to integrate a web-site. As there's no "one content manager fits all" solution that suits my needs, I'm using a mixture of different PHP-based products. Each of these products ships with their own CSS files to manage the appearance of their generated content. My aim is to give the site a consistent look and feel. I've already written a stylesheet that has the different styles my site needs, but each product uses its own CSS classes. My options appear to be: 1. Modify each
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