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    Empty CSS

    If I link to a css, with no information whatsoever in it... What will happen?

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    However strangely enough, linking to a CSS file that doesn't actually exist can have some strange results in various browsers.

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    i thought the browser is just doing what it would without css...
    ...as a matter of fact, if you do have a css, but you write a mistake or ommit something like a ';' for instance, the result will look like as if it weren't there in the first place.
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    Originally posted by xhtmlcoder
    However strangely enough, linking to a CSS file that doesn't actually exist can have some strange results in various browsers.
    Yeah, and herein lies my problem... My church's website links to a css on a couple of hundred pages. The CSS doesn't even exist. So I thought about making a completely empty css, so it would have something to link to. In some Netscape's the page doesn't appear at all... And that is, how do you say it? not good?

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    guess it looks like you'll have to make your church.css for real now...
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