Whatever modification I make in the CSS file, it doesnt affect my target HTML file. It previously was named "index.html" (Brackets created a copy somehow - I am new to HTML/CSS) and the modifications happened only on that page. Where am I supposed to put the stylesheet link in the Apply styles to a whole website by placing the CSS into an external stylesheet.You then link to the external style sheet from all your HTML pages. This means you only need to set the styles for each element once. Linking Style Sheets to HTML.A preferred style is one that is automatically applied, such as in the second < LINK> tag in the example. The combination of RELStyleSheet and a TITLE attribute specifies a preferred style. CSS can be applied to HTML or XHTML using three methods: linked, embedded, and inline. In the linked method, the CSS is stored in a separate file, instead of directly in the HTML page. In the embedded method, CSS is stored as part of the HTML page, in the header section. I am developing a website with Coda 2. Everythings fine with the html sheet, and with creating a CSS separate sheet. But how do I connect the second with the first? What should I put in the string: link rel"stylesheet" href"Stylesheet.css" type"text/css". In my first attempt to create my own website, I cant seem to get past the seemingly simple link your CSS stylesheet in HTML.
All the files that Im using are in the same folder and Ive tried using the whole path in HTML to the files. Second, try updating your code on link tag. Instead of rel"stylehseet" change to rel" stylesheet". Lastly, check tutorials. You can find tons of tutorials on internet. HTML link tag. Other specifications may add HTML link types as defined in Other link types, with the following additional requirementsIn the following example, a set of link elements provide some alternate style sheets: <. How smelly is creating a stylesheet for each
and inserting each stylesheet LINK in the xhtml body just before its relevant