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  1. I am unable to make an XML inline style override an external style sheet.I am using a valid xml v1.0 document, with a valid and widely used xsl style sheet.The document displays correctly in a web browser (apart from not displaying inline styles), using either IE8 or Firefox.I want to be able to set the font colour of certain parts of the document (any field, including headings) to red, rather than the default colour. Those parts are then made more visible for comment and correction when the pre-publication document is posted on an intranet.As a test, I have used the inline style example:<p
  2. I am unable to make an XML inline style override an external style sheet. I am using a valid xml v1.0 document, with a valid and widely used xsl style sheet. The document displays correctly in a web browser (apart from not displaying inline styles), using either IE8 or Firefox. I want to be able to set the font colour of certain parts of the document (any field, including headings) to red, rather than the default colour. Those parts are then made more visible for comment and correction when the pre-publication document is posted on an intranet. As a test, I have used the inline style example:
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