Forum: Radiant CMS How to use an alternative external (file-based) stylesheet?

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2f4b6ce9f3de16a3e17bd548f70836e1?d=identicon&s=25 Andreas Semt (Guest)
on 2006-12-21 19:51
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Hello list,

again some (three) newbie questions:
What steps are necessary to create an alternative CSS style sheet in an
external file?
Also: How does the (Pages->) Styles page and the (Layouts->) Stylesheet
layout interact? I know that (Layout->) Normal uses /styles.css as
style sheet definition.
Is it right that the (Layout->) Normal layout assembles the whole page
from the defined parts (or children of (Pages->) Home Page)?

Many thanks for any help!

Best regards,
Andreas Semt
329bfa71096934d3a0c530f59577eb22?d=identicon&s=25 Todd McGrath (Guest)
on 2006-12-21 19:57
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If you want your CSS in an external file outside of Radiant, just drop
the CSS
file under public/ and reference it.

1) Delete the Styles Page from Radiant and put a styles.css in public/.

2) Update the Layout to uses /examplecss.css and put a examplecss.css
file in

Todd M

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