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+.EC-tt-location-label {}
  28
+.EC-tt-location-data {}
  29
+
  30
+.EC-tt-description {}
  31
+.EC-tt-description-label {}
  32
+.EC-tt-description-data {}
  33
+
  34
+.EC-tt-linkout {}
  35
+.EC-tt-linkout-label {}
  36
+.EC-tt-linkout-data {}
  37
+
  38
+.EC-tt-startdate {}
  39
+.EC-tt-startdate-label {}
  40
+.EC-tt-startdate-data {}
  41
+
  42
+.EC-tt-starttime {}
  43
+.EC-tt-starttime-label {}
  44
+.EC-tt-starttime-data {}
  45
+
  46
+.EC-tt-enddate {}
  47
+.EC-tt-enddate-label {}
  48
+.EC-tt-enddate-data {}
  49
+
  50
+.EC-tt-endtime {}
  51
+.EC-tt-endtime-label {}
  52
+.EC-tt-endtime-data {}
  53
+
  54
+/** title links */
  55
+.EC-tt-title-link {}
  56
+.EC-tt-title-no-link {}
  57
+.EC-tt-user-link {}
  58
+.EC-tt-post-link {}
  59
+
  60
+/* Depending on the description length, one of
  61
+ * these class will be used
  62
+ */
  63
+.EC-tt-25 {
  64
+	top: 0;
  65
+	width: 25% !important;
  66
+}
  67
+.EC-tt-50 {
  68
+	top: 0;
  69
+	width: 50% !important;
  70
+}
  71
+.EC-tt-75 {
  72
+	top: 0;
  73
+	width: 75% !important;
  74
+}
  75
+.EC-tt-100 {
  76
+	top: 0;
  77
+	width: 100% !important;
  78
+}
  79
+
  80
+/**
  81
+ * TOOLTIPS FOR THE WIDGET
  82
+ */
  83
+
  84
+.EC-tt-widget-day-event {}
  85
+.EC-tt-widget-day-event-title {
  86
+	font-weight: bold;
  87
+}
  88
+.EC-tt-widget-day-event-detail {}
  89
+.EC-tt-widget-clickdate {
  90
+	font-size: 10px;
  91
+	font-weight:normal;
  92
+}
  93
+
  94
+/**
  95
+ * Management form
  96
+ */
  97
+.ec-mgmt-ttip {
  98
+	font-weight: bold;
  99
+}
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  1
+/** 
  2
+ * Stylesheet for the ec_management class form.
  3
+ */
  4
+
  5
+/* START OF EVENT ADD/EDIT FORM */
  6
+#EC_alertmsg {
  7
+	display: none;
  8
+}
  9
+#EC_close_message_alert {
  10
+   float: right;
  11
+   cursor: pointer;
  12
+}
  13
+#ec-alert-img {
  14
+   vertical-align: middle;
  15
+}
  16
+table.ec-edit-form {
  17
+   width: 100%;
  18
+   border-collapse: collapse;
  19
+}
  20
+table.ec-edit-form th, table.ec-edit-form td {
  21
+   vertical-align : middle;
  22
+   margin: 2px;
  23
+   padding: 3px;
  24
+}
  25
+table.ec-edit-form th {
  26
+   width: 33%;
  27
+   text-align: right;
  28
+}
  29
+table.ec-edit-form td {
  30
+   width: 67%;
  31
+}
  32
+table.ec-edit-form textarea.ec-edit-form-textarea {
  33
+   width: 70%;
  34
+   height: 10em;
  35
+}
  36
+table.ec-edit-form td input.ec-edit-form-text {
  37
+   width: 70%;
  38
+}
  39
+table.ec-edit-form td input.ec-edit-form-date,
  40
+table.ec-edit-form td input.ec-edit-form-time {
  41
+   width: 20%;
  42
+}
  43
+table.ec-edit-form td.ec-edit-form-date img,
  44
+table.ec-edit-form td.ec-edit-form-time img {
  45
+   width: 20px;
  46
+   height: 20px;
  47
+   vertical-align: middle;
  48
+}
  49
+table.ec-edit-form select {
  50
+   width: 24.5%;
  51
+   border: 1px solid #aaa;
  52
+}
  53
+
  54
+#EC_start_clockpick,
  55
+#EC_end_clockpick,
  56
+.ui-datepicker-trigger {
  57
+   padding-left: 4px;
  58
+   vertical-align: middle;
  59
+}
  60
+/* END OF EVENT ADD/EDIT FORM */
  61
+
  62
+
  63
+/* START OF WIDGET CONTROL */
  64
+/* END OF WIDGET CONTROL */
  65
+
  66
+
  67
+/* START OF CALENDAR OPTIONS */
  68
+/* END OF CALENDAR OPTIONS */
  69
+
  70
+/* START OF TOOLTIP FOR EC MANAGEMENT */
  71
+p.ec-mgmt-ttip {
  72
+   margin: 0;
  73
+   padding: 0 0 .25em 0;
  74
+}
  75
+/* END OF TOOLTIP FOR EC MANAGEMENT */
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  1
+/* * Calendar formatting */
  2
+
  3
+/* add and edit forms CSS */ 
  4
+@import url(ec_management-form.css);
  5
+/**/
  6
+
  7
+#wp-calendar {
  8
+	border-collapse: collapse;
  9
+	margin: auto;
  10
+}
  11
+#wp-calendar td {
  12
+	border: thin solid black;
  13
+	width: 150px;
  14
+	height: 100px;
  15
+	padding: 0;
  16
+	vertical-align: top;
  17
+}
  18
+.ec-wrap h2 {
  19
+	clear: both;
  20
+	font: 24px Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
  21
+	margin: 10px 0 0 0;
  22
+	padding-left: 0;
  23
+	padding-bottom: 7px;
  24
+	padding-right: 280px;
  25
+	color: #696969;
  26
+}
  27
+.ec-wrap a:link, .ec-wrap a:visited, .ec-wrap a:active {
  28
+	text-decoration: none;
  29
+	border: none;
  30
+}
  31
+.ec-wrap a:hover {
  32
+	text-decoration: none;
  33
+	border: none;
  34
+	font-weight: bold;
  35
+	color: #4682b4;
  36
+}
  37
+.dayHead {
  38
+	background: #333333;
  39
+	color: white;
  40
+	font-weight: bold;
  41
+}
  42
+#today {
  43
+	background: gainsboro;
  44
+	color: #FFF;
  45
+}
  46
+/* * JQuery Tooltip */
  47
+#tooltip {
  48
+	position: absolute;
  49
+	z-index: 3000;
  50
+	border: 1px solid #111;
  51
+	background-color: #eee;
  52
+	padding: 5px;
  53
+	opacity: 1;
  54
+	width: 400px;
  55
+}
  56
+#tooltip h3, #tooltip div {
  57
+	margin: 0;
  58
+	font-size: 12px;
  59
+	font-weight: normal;
  60
+	color: #000;
  61
+}
  62
+/* Alert Message Box */
  63
+.alertmsg {
  64
+	border: 1px solid #CCCCCC;
  65
+	position: absolute;
  66
+	width: 153px;
  67
+	border: 1px solid #c93;
  68
+	background: #faebd7;
  69
+	padding: 5px;
  70
+	/*left: 0px;
  71
+	top: -170px;
  72
+*/
  73
+}
225  css/events-calendar.css
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  1
+/**
  2
+ * Stylesheet for the WP Events Calendar
  3
+ * Some overrides for thickbox and tooltip
  4
+ * and calendar formatting
  5
+ */
  6
+
  7
+/* import the tooltips stylesheet classes for EC */
  8
+@import url(ec-tooltips.css);
  9
+
  10
+/* * Thickbox CSS */
  11
+div#TB_title {
  12
+	/*background-color: #105681;
  13
+*/
  14
+	background-color: #000000;
  15
+	color: #FFFFFF;
  16
+}
  17
+div#TB_title a, div#TB_title a:visited {
  18
+	color: #cfcfcf;
  19
+}
  20
+/* * JQuery Tooltip */
  21
+#tooltip {
  22
+	position: absolute;
  23
+	z-index: 3000;
  24
+	border: 1px solid #111;
  25
+	background-color: #eee;
  26
+	padding: 5px;
  27
+	opacity: 1;
  28
+	width: 225px;
  29
+	word-wrap: break-word;
  30
+}
  31
+#tooltip h3, #tooltip div {
  32
+	margin: 0;
  33
+	font-size: 12px;
  34
+	font-weight: normal;
  35
+	color: #000;
  36
+}
  37
+#tooltip ul {
  38
+	padding: 0;
  39
+}
  40
+#tooltip li {
  41
+	margin: 0 10px;
  42
+	width: auto;
  43
+}
  44
+
  45
+/** Large Calendar */
  46
+/** Calendar formatting */
  47
+#wp-calendarLarge {
  48
+	border-collapse: collapse;
  49
+	margin: auto;
  50
+}
  51
+#calendar_wrapLarge img {
  52
+	border: none;
  53
+	padding: 0;
  54
+	margin: 0;
  55
+}
  56
+#wp-calendarLarge td {
  57
+	border: thin solid black;
  58
+	width: 150px;
  59
+	height: 100px;
  60
+	padding: 0;
  61
+	vertical-align: top;
  62
+}
  63
+.event-block a:link, .event-block a:visited, .event-block a:hover, .event-block a:active {
  64
+	text-decoration: none;
  65
+	border: none;
  66
+}
  67
+#wp-calendarLarge .event-block {
  68
+	border-top: 1px solid #444;
  69
+	display: block;
  70
+	padding: 2px 0 0 2px;
  71
+	line-height: 11pt;
  72
+	color: navy;
  73
+}
  74
+#wp-calendarLarge .dayHead {
  75
+	/* background-color: #333333;
  76
+*/
  77
+	background-color: #173b6d;
  78
+	color: white;
  79
+	font-weight: bold;
  80
+	z-index: 1000;
  81
+}
  82
+#todayLarge {
  83
+	background-color: #9BA9CF;
  84
+	color: #FFF;
  85
+}
  86
+/* * Days events calendar */
  87
+#EC_daysEvents {
  88
+	font-size: 14px;
  89
+}
  90
+.EC_title {
  91
+	background: #A4CAE6;
  92
+}
  93
+.EC_location {
  94
+	background: #FFF8DC;
  95
+}
  96
+.EC_time {
  97
+	background: #CCCCCC;
  98
+}
  99
+.EC_date {
  100
+	background: #E0EEEE;
  101
+}
  102
+.EC_linkout_and_postid {
  103
+	background: #bfd3ed;
  104
+}
  105
+#EC_current-month {
  106
+	position: relative;
  107
+}
  108
+#EC_ajaxLoader {
  109
+	display: none;
  110
+	margin-top: -15px;
  111
+}
  112
+
  113
+/* * Widget Calendar formatting OPTIONAL */
  114
+.EC_Widget_display {
  115
+	text-align: center;
  116
+}
  117
+.widgettitle {
  118
+	text-align: left;
  119
+	/* margin: 0 0 1em;
  120
+*/
  121
+}
  122
+#wp-calendar caption {
  123
+	margin: 10px 0 0 0;
  124
+	width: auto;
  125
+	text-align: center;
  126
+	font-weight: bold;
  127
+	background-color: white;
  128
+	border: thin solid darkgray;
  129
+	-moz-border-radius: 3px 3px 0 0;
  130
+}
  131
+#wp-calendar {
  132
+	margin: 0 1px 0 2px;
  133
+	border-collapse: collapse;
  134
+}
  135
+/* why this *+html stuff? */
  136
+*+html #wp-calendar #today {
  137
+	border: 3px solid blue !important;
  138
+}
  139
+#wp-calendar #today {
  140
+	display: block;
  141
+	font-weight: bold;
  142
+	background-color: #a8c3d6;
  143
+	-moz-border-radius: 50%;
  144
+	/* -webkit-border-radius: 50%;
  145
+	border: 2px solid blue;
  146
+*/
  147
+	z-index: 1;
  148
+}
  149
+#wp-calendar #todayWidget {
  150
+	border: 3px solid blue !important;
  151
+}
  152
+#wp-calendar #todayWidget {
  153
+	display: block;
  154
+	font-weight: bold;
  155
+	background-color: #a8c3d6;
  156
+	-moz-border-radius: 50%;
  157
+	/* -webkit-border-radius: 50%;
  158
+	border: 2px solid blue;
  159
+*/
  160
+	z-index: 1;
  161
+}
  162
+#wp-calendar .pad {
  163
+	font-weight: bold;
  164
+}
  165
+#wp-calendar .padcent {