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A quick question: after defining a custom CSS style in the CSS tab of the Layout Manager, should this be present in the drop down list of styles in the rich text editor? If it is normal for it to be missing, then how should I apply the style to some text?

My custom CSS has passed validation with the W3C CSS Validator, so I don't think there are any syntax errors responsible for this. Any advice much appreciated.

Custom style: mystyle


/* headings */
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, a.blogHeading {
 font-family: tahoma, arial, helvetica, sans-serif;
 font-weight: normal;

.h1 {
 color: #000000;
 font-size: 64px;

.mystyle {
 color: #ff54e2;
 font-size: 64px;

h2, a.blogHeading {
 color: #1d62d1;
 font-size: 10px;

h3 {
 color: #623b76;
 font-size: 12px;

/* links */
a:link, a:visited {
.atb-page a:hover, .atb-page a:active, .atb-page a:focus,
.atb-page a.node:hover, .atb-page a.node:active, .atb-page a.node:focus,
.atb-page a.prnnode:hover, .atb-page a.prnnode:active, .atb-page a.prnnode:focus {
 background-color: #526288;
 color: #fff;
a:hover img, a:active img, a:focus img {
 background-color: #fbfbdc;
/* page links, eg. wiki layouts */
.page-links {
 white-space: nowrap;
.page-links img {
 margin-left: 6px;
 margin-right: 2px;
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    By way of a bump, here's the style drop down list in the Rich text editor where I am hoping my custom CSS styles should be appearing: