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AJAX tabs, CSS Style

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I am playing around with the AJAX tab container in VS 2008 and I would like to change the appearance of the tabs.  Ive read several articles talking about changing the CSS style to a css file that I can create, but Ive never worked with CSS before.  Can someone give me some guidance on how to do this?  Im not looking for anything fancy, just something to help me get started.  Mainly I would like to change the unselected tabs to have a white background and red border with black text and the selected tab to have a red background and white text.  Details on how to do this step by step would be nice.  I already have the tab container created and working just fine, I just need help with changed the appearance of the tabs.
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I figured it out.  I created the stylesheet and referenced it in the tab container but I didn't reference it in the head of the page.  Once I did that it used the stylesheet i created and then I just played around with the stylesheet until I got it the way I want.
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