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style sheet in template

Posted on 2004-08-06
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When I attach a style sheet to a template (.dwt) it does not carry over to the pages I create.
I have tried putting the code inside and outside of the editable region.

How would I do this?
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Question by:glenn_1984
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Did you put it right underneith the title?  e.g.:

<!-- #BeginEditable "doctitle" -->
<title>UntitledDocument </title>
<style> style type="text/css" </style>
<!-- #EndEditable -->


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Also, are you sure the path is right after updating the pages?  e.g. is your style sheet linking relatively to the style sheet from the template, or the content pages?  

http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=189&threadid=864495

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Your comment did work...though not in that editable region.
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?  I'm not quite sure I understand...

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