EDIT 2** Seems ^pica-ae
needed subheaders... this simple CSS is turning complicated by the hour >.>
If you want sub headers add this to the journalCSS:
text-shadow: #fff 0px 1px 0px;
EDIT** Seems i uploaded the wrong CSS file. Please reinstall if you did so on the previous file.
Just a plain skin with no fancy bells and whistles. Just install and start writing.
There are a few of these notepad inspired skins out there but none that I've seen that force the text to be on the line so i thought i'd make one.
If you plan on using list items (<
li>) please be sure to wrap them in <
ul> first or else they will mess with the text line height. Causing anything written below it not to match up to the lines.
I've included a Thumbtable
courtesy of `thespook
. Not a big fan of using other peoples code but a thumbtable was the only way I could think of to keep the lineheight the same throughout the journal and i figured why reinvent the wheel when `thespook
already perfected it. I included the code for a thumbtable in the footer with a few examples. Feel free to move it from the footer and put it anywhere in your journal.