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    I know this is sort of an odd question but here’s what I’m trying to accomplish.

    We have a template engine that usually included “default_” css in front of all style tag entries. What results is “default_Indent”, “default_Header” etc etc.

    A client can choose to use a custom CSS file which results in “mybusiness_Header” etc. They take our “default” CSS file and change it. Alot of headaches occur from us updating the “core” CSS file and clients not having time/wanting to update their custom CSS.

    So here’s my idea.

    Our default CSS is included first. Theirs, if it exists, is included second.

    What I now need is an easy way of updating our templates to include default AND theirs at the same time. We set a variable to “Default” or the client’s prefix at the beginning of each template. Is there anything I can append to the front of these tags so it does the equivalent of me adding “default_styleX” in each of the style tags?


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