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Is there a way in Dreamweaver to create a default CCS, that's actually an html link? In other words, the CSS is on a website, but I'm working locally.
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Choose the menu "Window > CSS Styles"
Click on the icon "Open Style Sheet ..." (second icon on the bottom - right)
Click on the button "Link" and enter the URL of the Style Sheet
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Great. Thanks a bunch!
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