lucy24 - 5:57 pm on Jul 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
Been there. Done that. Sometimes you have to use inline styles even if they set your teeth on edge. The one advantage is that inline styling at the table-cell level is masterful at overriding anything that's been set elsewhere in the doc. For example, style = "text-align: right;" instead of align = "right".
Does the form do something truly retro like shoving your entire input into <font> tags? You can override this by putting your own </font> at the very beginning and then restoring <font = whatever> at the very end. Gives you that lovely "Neener-neener" feeling too.