I tried to use inline css with
on all my paragraph and header elements. This seems to have fixed the upper and lower truncation of header text, but not overriding everything as needed since fonts are still different between a plain default browser and more importantly in terms of the rendering I desire there are still what appear as if extra blank lines are between all headers and paragraphs from that of plain browser. I just cannot figure why these are there and trying to enabling and disabling style settings on up through the hierarchy using chrome developer tools page has yield no joy and clearly not the insight I need on this line thing.
The fonts can be dealt with using inline css, but it is a big hassle, and not too amenable to frequent editing, as the nature of a "News" page might demand.
My biggest stumbling block is the apparent extra line spaces. Any guidance on how to eliminate this result?
Overall, the product is fantastic and excellent value, and I don't want to come off as complaining, please know my interest is just in making a better experience for the users of my site, but given that it is so restrictive without so much overriding, it seems a bit of a stretch to say an unqualified "You may include HTML markup in your text".
If you are the author of the pokerMinJs and pokerMinCss sources then I would figure you certainly have the chops to make the inherited div more like a default browser than it is right now.