Iowa 1st Congressional District Democratic Party


Welcome to Styles Cheat Sheet



This document shows all of the styles I have created which you are free to use in HTML documents. For the most part, you can simply use HTML as you normally would and the styles will automatically show up.

The double blue line above is what the hr tag now looks like.

This sub-header was made using the h3 tag

Below is what a ul (unordered list) looks like. You can override the CSS settings by setting your own attributes the normal way (within the HTML tags).

This is the H1 tag


This is the h2 tag


This is the h3 tag


This is the h4 tag


This is the h5 tag

This is the h6 tag

Use class="indigoText" inside div, span, or p tag to get this color.
Use class="blueText" inside div, span, or p tag to get this color.
Use class="grayText" inside div, span, or p tag to get this color.
Use class="mauveText" inside div, span, or p tag to get this color.
Use class="redText" inside div, span, or p tag to get this color.
Use class="rep" as above (denotes Republican Candidates)
Use class="repi" as above (denotes Republican Incumbents)
Use class="dem" as above (denotes Democrat Candidates)
Use class="demi" as above (denotes Democrat Incumbents)
Use class="deml" as above (denotes Democrat Candidates who Lost a recent race)
Use class="ftTxt" as above for Footnotes

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I've made this style of table the default style. This is what a
link looks like.
You don't need to do anything special
to make your table look like this.
This is what a
visited link looks like.

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Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS! Last Updated on 01/24/2012
By Harvey S. Ross
Email: HRoss007@aol.com