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I find your question confusing. What do you mean by "in the ckeditor but not the inline style"?You can manage styling the body as follows:You can set custom classes for styling the content by configuring the bodyClass and contentCss. The documentation says you may specify multiple css style sheets. I discovered that you can specify multiple body classes by embedding spaces in the class name strings. There may be a better way of doing the latter but we each bear the responsibility of checking the documentation and giving logical things a shot. That's how I came up with the space thing. So you can do something like. . . bodyClass : 'CKEditorInputArea CKEditorGeneratedContent RTEGeneratedContent', contentsCss : [ 'HomePageTemplate.css','CKEditorCustomStyling.css' ],. . .You should also check out styling using the Styles features of the editor:http://docs.cksource.com/CKEditor_3.x/Developers_Guide/Styles