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yule
this file in the head of html document, like this:
<LINK REL="Stylesheet" HREF="your_file.css" TYPE="text/css">

Edit by foggy: For anyone confused by this post, the code allows you to embed external CSS into a HTML document, just make sure the .css file is in the same directory (or reflect the directory it is in in the HREF part of the script)
HalfBrian
What is the point of this?

Are you asking a question or posting a tutorial? If it is the latter, please make it have more depth than one line.

-Brian
Guest
@yule
this file in the head of html document, like this:
<LINK REL="Stylesheet" HREF="your_file.css" TYPE="text/css">

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I know your point .... You were trying to inform us how to use embeded css instead of in-page script...

but ...please put more effort for putting more information into it ...
Diebels
Hi to who is interested...
I found an german website with loads of technical information of html,perl etc. so far is only the css part translated into english. You can check it out here http://en.selfhtml.org/css/index.htm. For thos ewich are confident reading in german it΄s a lot of info.
WickedGravity
Now that I have seen this thread and a few other questions, I think I will go ahead and start a new thread and see if I can help people out with what they need.

Thank's for the idea.
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