Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using imported style sheets, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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We're back to our non-styled document.…In previous videos of this chapter, of course, we've linked to external style sheets, and we embedded style sheets and we've…combined the two. Now I've taken all the way to look at yet another method of associating CSS with a XHTML document…and that's importing. We go over to our style sheet, we have here,…an embedded style sheet, in which we could…do a little directive called at import.…
This isn't exactly the decoration is more of a directive and has a very specific syntax, which is fairly rare in CSS, as is…almost certainly the only time you'll ever use this sort of…construction, the at symbol and then import,…and after that a space and then the URL in parentheses. We provide the URL of the…style sheet that we wish to import, that the URL part of course is very much like an href attribute in the link element.…So we set at import the…thing at this URL styles/base.css and having said that, if we go back over to…our Web browser and hit Reload, we've…imported the style sheet just as if we had linked it.…
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