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Guy K. Haas:-
Looks great. I'd like to adapt the CSS technique for a site that is neither commercial nor personal; it's the site for a not-for-profit professional organization. Your permission rules do not address this category. Before I explore this adaptation, I thought I should check in with you.
(19.02.2007, 03:25)

Stu:-
Guy, If it is non-profit then you can use as you wish. Just keep the copyright comment in the stylesheet.
(19.02.2007, 08:12)

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