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# This is just the default lss nicely reformatted

# Setting the normal and default types lets us keep (almost) the
# same colors whether the terminal's default colors are
# white-on-black or black-on-white. It is not exact since the
# default "white" is not necessarily the same color as the ANSI
# lightgray, but is as close as we can get in a standard way.
# If you really want the terminal's default colors, and if lynx is
# built using ncurses' default-color support, remove these two
# lines:
normal: normal: lightgray:black
default: normal: white:black

# Normal type styles correspond to HTML tags.
# The next line (beginning with "em") means: use bold if mono,
# otherwise brightblue on <defaultbackground>
em: bold: brightblue
strong: bold: brightred
b: bold: red
i: bold: brightblue
a: bold: green
img: dim: brown
fig: normal: gray
caption: reverse: brown
hr: normal: yellow
blockquote: normal: brightblue
ul: normal: brown
address: normal: magenta
title: normal: magenta
tt: dim: brightmagenta: black
h1: bold: yellow: blue
label: normal: magenta
q: normal: yellow: magenta
small: dim: default
big: bold: yellow
sup: bold: yellow
sub: dim: gray
li: normal: magenta
code: normal: cyan
cite: normal: cyan

table: normal: brightcyan
tr: bold: brown
td: normal: default
br: normal: default

# Special styles - not corresponding directly to HTML tags
# alert - status bar, when message begins "Alert".
# alink - active link
# normal - default attributes
# status - status bar
# whereis - whereis search target
alink: reverse: yellow: black
status: reverse: yellow: blue
alert: bold: yellow: red
whereis: reverse+underline: magenta: cyan
# currently not used

menu.bg: normal: black: lightgray
menu.frame: normal: black: lightgray
menu.entry: normal: lightgray: black
menu.n: normal: red: gray
menu.active:normal: yellow: black
menu.sb: normal: brightred: lightgray

hot.paste: normal: brightred: gray

# Styles with classes - <ul class=red> etc.
ul.red: underline: brightred
ul.blue: bold: brightblue
li.red: reverse: red: yellow
li.blue: bold: blue
strong.a: bold: black: red
em.a: reverse: black: blue
strong.b: bold: white: red
em.b: reverse: white: blue
strong.debug: reverse: green
font.letter: normal: white: blue
input.submit: normal: cyan
tr.baone: bold: yellow
tr.batwo: bold: green
tr.bathree: bold: red
# Special handling for link.
link: normal: white
link.green: bold: brightgreen
link.red: bold: black: red
link.blue: bold: white: blue
link.toc: bold: black: white

# Special cases for link - the rel or title is appended after the
# class. <link rel=next class=red href="1">
link.red.next: bold: red
link.red.prev: bold: yellow: red
link.blue.prev: bold: yellow: blue
link.blue.next: bold: blue
link.green.toc: bold: white: green

# Define styles that will be used when syntax highlighting is
# requested (commandline option -prettysrc).
span.htmlsrc_comment:normal: white
span.htmlsrc_tag:normal: white

# If you don't like that the tag name and attribute name are
# displayed in different colors, comment the following line.
span.htmlsrc_attrib:normal: cyan
span.htmlsrc_attrval:normal: magenta
span.htmlsrc_abracket:normal: white
span.htmlsrc_entity:normal: white
span.htmlsrc_badseq:normal: red
span.htmlsrc_badtag:normal: red
span.htmlsrc_badattr:normal: red