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JAVA - Display  HTML page that uses a CSS

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Hi,

Im trying to display a html file in a jeditorpane, which works
fine, i just can't get the html to display all the css formatting it
uses.

I've seen there are java classes - Stylesheet and CSS,
but I have no idea on how to utilise these, or if they
are usefull for making the html work with the css.

Any help is really appreciated,

Thanks in advance,
Carl Lang
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this is probably the best place to get information:
http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2004/05/24/html-pt1.html
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