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CSS / Style Isolation / Reset

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Hi,

One of my website has a page that has a part is generated from user input. Users are allowed to input some simple HTML code like <b>, <i>...etc. One of the problem is that if a user input is incomplete (like <b><i>test</i>), the rest of the page (static content) will be affected (in the case be bold).

Is there anyway I can isolate all HTML / CSS styles to that section of the webpage (maybe a DIV)? Or perhaps I can reset the style and apply new style on other part of the webpage?

Any idea would be appreciated. Thanks!
Mar 26 '08 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Not sure if this is what you are looking for. You can wrap that part of the content in a div and assign it an 'id'. Then, in CSS, you can assign that styling to that div only.
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  1. #visitor_markup p {background-color:#ccc; font-size:24px}
  2.  
[html]
<div id="visitor_markup">
<p>I am a dopey visitor</p>
</div>
[/html]
Mar 26 '08 #2

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