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I’m trying to convert a standard web template to be compatible with WordPress.. I realise I must change my stylesheet links within my index.html’s (index, index-1, index-2)
I have 3 lines of stylesheet links that appear in each index page
I am changing them to this
My question is what do I need to change to get the html to identify that there are 3 different kinds of .css file?
While everyone has their own preference, I prefer to keep all of my styles in a single stylesheet (though I use SCSS to accomplish that for me and minimize it at the same time).
You don’t need a single stylesheet for WordPress, though. You can simply do something like this:
Remember that your style.css file must live in the root of your theme’s folder. In my example above, I’ve kept the css/ folder for your other two files.