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In Wordpress themes, what is expected as far as typograpy of “posts”... (text the end user makes for a blog post, etc.) Obviously we define the basics of the typography with h1, h2, p, etc. But what about things like tabular “tables”? If the user creates a table, are we, the designer responsible for styling it?

I ask this because table styles can vary widely and one style can’t please everyone. Is the buyer expected to tweak the css to make the table look like they want? Are we supposed to include generic CSS to style a basic table, or are we supposed to go crazy with it?

Thanks for your help! John

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