Using a master CSS file


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Using a master CSS file

Many web designers and developers work in a very strategic and structured way in which they compartmentalize all of the different things that they do. And that is much the case with CSS as well. So chances are, if you are developing your own style, you're going to want to work in such a way that you separate certain things like your CSS Reset is separate from your global CSS or your typography CSS, or stuff like that, and you might even develop separate documents for this. The problem with this is that you wind up with a lot of different things in your mark-up when you link to several different style sheets in your HTML markup which just clutters it up, makes it a little bit harder for it to read, and it makes it a little bit slower as well.

And so, what I suggest you do is create something called a master CSS document that you import all of the other style sheets into, and then just simply link to that one single document in your HTML. Let me show you exactly what I mean here. I'm going t...

Using a master CSS file
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Using a master CSS file provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the CSS: Visual Optimization

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