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/* Netgem style page */
/* This css file was designed with netgem boxes in mind */
/* However, it should be useful for any box that displays pages */
/* on a TV screen */

body { width:400px;background-color: White ;}

/* The main aim is to keep the final presentation as simple as possible */

a:visited { color: #5a3696; }
a:active { color: Orange; }
a:hover { text-decoration: underline; }
a.stub { color: #772233; },
#p-personal { color:#ba0000; },
#p-personal { color:#a55858; }

/* Hide the site notice to save space, cannot find a way to move this to the bottom */

#siteNotice { display: none; }

/* Hide the language toolbar to avoid some clutter */

#p-lang {display:none;}

/* The retrieved from bit */
.printfooter {display:none;}

/* The bit at the top of the main page with total article count */
.mainpagetable {display:none;}
/* The bit at the top that tells us it comes from Wikipedia */
#siteSub   {display:none; }

/* Make sure tables don't appear with things on the side. This can cause */
/* problems in netgem when a TOC appears to the left of an information table */
/* as the Netgem displays them side by side but forces you to scroll from */
/* from left to right as well as up and down */

table {float: none}
img {float: none;}
div {float: none; !important}

Form TextArea {width: 100%}
/* When editing a page make it fit to the screen (default=80 cols) */