I'm using Front Page 2000. I've applied a theme "using CSS". I can see that every page is linked to an external style sheet, but I can't see WHERE that page is located. (The path is too long to see the whole thing in the drop down box, and it appears to be in a temp directory. So that may not even be the "real" CSS file).
Does anyone know where the theme's CSS (cascading style sheet) is located?
Or are there more than one?
I'd like to be able to edit it with an external style sheet editor, rather than having to depend on FP2000's clunky css editing.
Moving? - I feel your pain - I really do :-(
Here's a basic rundown of what the theme files do:
Themes.css. This file controls the font attributes that are applied in a Theme.
Color0.css and Color1.css.
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