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  • # December 9, 2008 at 10:46 am

    ok guys I just don’t get it

    So I learn CSS in a web design class in dreamweaver. Everything was ok, it seemed I understood the basics of it.
    But I’m pulling my hair out.
    I attached a stylesheet to my site. it worked fine. Then I wanted to see what would happen if I had two style sheets, I wanted two sets of rules for the body text and a sub menu, it didn’t work and the text went to default. my teacher said, you can’t do that… OK I understand. So I went to fix it, I erased both style sheets and started over. well now I cannot get it to work. I go through the same steps, but something isn’t right. I cannot open the css inside dreamweaver to see the code. I try to start with a fresh page, will not work. I can see the .css document in my site
    but when I try to highlight text and apply the css from the property bar, it just isn’t there. WTF??
    Anyone?? I’m a creative, so no big words please

    # January 12, 2009 at 4:49 pm

    Thanks Guys!
    I was able to fix the basic CSS sheet, and now I have a good idea on doing multiples, :D

    # January 12, 2009 at 9:03 pm

    Isn’t the purpose of multiple style sheets for things like "screen" "media" or "print"? Just curious or is there another scenario that would be a good reason to have multiple style sheets?

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