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I'd recommend not letting them do that. The CSS model used here is a good one to follow. there are CSS themes, but to become generally available any submissions would have to be audited. However, the user is free to insert a style sheet of their own for themselves (which btw, is just a crutch for old browsers; true CSS enabled browsers should support user-defined style sheets). UPDATE; Note of course this is exploitable as well, but requires the explicit action of the naive user, and there's not much you can do about that. If a user were to create a tainted sheet, make it publically available and convince others to use it (maybe it "looks cool")...
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