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I like to call this one my "khaki" theme. Looks best in Mozilla. For use with the green web-safe theme:


BODY, TABLE, TD, TR, INPUT, TEXTAREA { font-size: small; font-family: Verdana; } td.nodelet_body { background-color: #f0f0f0; } tr.section_title { background-color: #555533; } td.section_title { background-color: #555533; } tr.post_head { background-color: #CCCCAA; } td.titlebar { border-top: thin dotted #000000; border-bottom: thin dotted #000000; color: #000055; } tr.titlebar { color: #000055; background-color: #CCCCAA; } th.nodelet_head { color: #000055; background-color: #CCCCAA; } a.titlebar:link { color: #000055; } a.titlebar:visited { color: #000055; }

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