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I have a table in trac's wiki, just a regular html table, and manager asks me to add some styling. What is the best way to accomplish this? I can write a script which inserts style attribute to every DOM element needed, but of course I wish to use something like style tag or anything else making this task less kludgy.

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You didn't mention what Trac version you use. In general you can access Trac default CSS styling like so (wiki markup):

<table class="wiki">
    <th>Great stuff</th>
    <td>some more...</td>

You find all valid CSS styles by browsing the repository (link is valid for current stable 0.12.3, but finding the same for other versions should be trivial from there).

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