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Old 7th September 2008
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I'm not sure where exactly this should go...

Is it possible to create (x)html so that when a certain portion is displayed in a textual browser (lynx, links) it renders differently - either different font or different color.

I am thinking as far as what might be in code tags in a forum or blog. Or even when a page displays bold or italics - or headings. This should display differently than normal text. I know lynx does some color renderings (though it isn't perfect), but links seems pretty monochrome.

Is this something that needs to be done differently in html (more than normal formatting tags) or something that needs configured in the browser ... or both?
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