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Allow styling wiki's content with CSS rules within <style> element in HTML code
I would like to be able to group CSS styles within <style> element in wiki page's HTML code, in order to make maintenance of a layout easier and to be able to use modern webdev techniques, which would increase accessibility, usability and responsiveness of a wiki page
Currently, the only way for applying a layout to a wiki page is to use a <table> element and inline styles... which is obsolete, because it makes creating/maintaining/editing such a layout a real nightmare and it drastically decreases responsiveness, accessibility and usability of a wiki page for an end user