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    I see that Lectora 11 allows you to use CSS more easily. I have one or two applications for it. I am interested in how people have used CSS with Lectora now or in the past. What did you do with it that Lectora would not do?

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    I use it regularly to have text links change the color on :hover

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    I use it for JQuery / JQuery UI. It’s much easier to give a set of elements class “myclass” and then select them as $(‘.myclass’) as compared to checking html id for each item and doing $(‘#text5678 #text5679 #text5680 #text5681’).

    Personally I think the CSS ability is the single most important UI improvement in Lectora 11.

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