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Don't know your admin-settings or CSS but the help says:
Apply sizes using
lets you select the unit of measure to display in the Contribute editor toolbar: points, pixels, or ems. This option is available only if you selected Document-level CSS from the Style support pop-up menu.
Yes, I have all that set. In that popup menu I have selected:
Allow users to apply styles
Include HTML heading styles
Include CSS styles in the Style menu
Show all CSS styles
Allow users to apply fonts and sizes
apply sizes using pixels
Allow users to apply bold, italic, etc.
Allow users to apply font color and background color
So, why doesn't it give me permission on these new pages???????
That's not so nice.
There is another post about this same problem:
Have your set a font-size for every tag in your css stylesheet? My experience is that when you give a p-tag a certain font-size, Contribute will not create a document level style that changes the font-size. Maybe Contribute puts the css before doc level styles no matter wat. I'm not sure if this is the case, but maybe you can tets it.
That thought has occurred to me as well. In fact, I have had a problem at other times overriding a css specification locally, although you're supposed to be able to do that, when Contribute was not even involved. I do have font specs on the body and on paragraphs. I'm not sure how to work around this unless I jettison css and go to local tags, which would defeat the whole purpose of css. But, I'll do the experiment. Thanks for the suggestion.
Yes! This was it! Setting the style choice to 'html' from 'css' allows one to edit the fonts. I find this menu a bit misleading. Apparently, what this choice really means is "allow local html tags to override css". The way it is worded, one would think it disallows the style sheet definition, but it does not.
Anyway, thanks for hanging with me on this one. I'm surprised this hasn't come up more often. I couldn't find anything by searching.