If HTML Purifier's style attributes set is unsatisfactory for your needs,
you can overload it with your own list of tags to allow. Note that this
method is subtractive: it does its job by taking away from HTML Purifier
usual feature set, so you cannot add an attribute that HTML Purifier never
supported in the first place.
<strong>Warning:</strong> If another directive conflicts with the
elements here, <em>that</em> directive will win and override.
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