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Setting styles
Additional styles let you add additional styles to an element.
Add styles and values into the styles field. If the style is already set then it is overwritten with the new value.
For example, to set the font size and font color enter: font-size: 15px; color: #f0f0f0;
Sub styles are applied to the child element. If there are no child elements the styles are ignored.
Use the keyword -all to remove all styles including sizing and positioning.
Include just the style name to re-include that style after using -all.
Remove a single style with -stylename where stylename is the name of the style you want to remove.
Use semi-colons to separate multiple styles.
Use the keyword -text to remove all text styles to a text element.
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