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Man Page Repositories - Added jQuery and Bootstrap

I added both jQuery and Bootstrap Javacript libs to all man page repository pages.

TODO: I need to add pagination to these repos because most are very large and load to slow on a single page.

For the first upgrade, I manually added one new CSS Class (repository) to the main repo tables and added the following jQuery for these repo pages, a lazy man's way instead of editing all the HTML templates:

Code:
<script>
jQuery(document).ready(function(){
  jQuery("table").removeClass("tborder").addClass("table");
  jQuery(".repository").addClass("table-hover");
  jQuery("h1").css({"font-size":"2em"});
  jQuery("h2").css({"font-size":"2em"});
  jQuery("table").css({"margin":"0px"});
  jQuery("table").wrap('<div class="tborder" style="overflow:auto;"></div>');
  jQuery(".vbmenu_popup").find("table").removeClass("table");
});
</script>


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