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Template:Project {{#css: /* later these will go in MediaWiki:Common.css using .page-Home, .page-Contact etc */

  1. p-cactions, #column-one, .footer, #catlinks, #contentSub { display:none }

body table #globalWrapper { width: 800px } .firstHeading {

   width: 100%;
   font-size: 30px;
   padding: 40px 0 0 0;
   margin: 0;
   line-height: 35px;
   color: #D0D6F0;


  1. content {
   padding: 30px;
   margin: 0;


  1. content, #content td {
   color: #666;
   font-size: 10pt;
   line-height: 15pt;
   text-align: justify;


  1. content p {
   margin-top: 10pt;


  1. content ul.web-bar {
   font-size: 8pt;

} }}


   .RSSReader-head { display: none }
   h2 { text-align: center }

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