Fortunately, there are a number of resources to help you figure that part out. Thankyou for pointing that out. (Its because i simply copied the code and shoved it in there)! Offline #4 2013-06-28 04:28:40 orschiro Member Registered: 2009-06-04 Posts: 2,136 Website Re: [SOLVED] external css files don't work with html5 doctype. Early vs Earlier Can leaked nude pictures damage one's academic career? have a peek at this web-site
Thank you. Wrong way on a bike lane? Last edited by skyer (2013-07-02 17:53:25) Offline #2 2013-06-27 15:48:30 techprophet Member Registered: 2008-05-13 Posts: 209 Re: [SOLVED] external css files don't work with html5 doctype. It's always better to start a new topic than revive one from three years back.
Please sign in or sign up to post. I guess I didn't bother to change it back at the end of my trials (just went home).The page works fine online and on co-workers computers. How bad will the tides be here? Css Not Loading In Chrome Please post your html that goes with this. –Jrod Aug 10 '12 at 13:07 There's no tag above.
Presto! All that messing around trying to make it work doesn't make it any better. Must have been a unicode/encoding error of some sort. Now it renders correctly.
I understand what you are saying. Css Class Not Being Applied My page comes up completely unaffected by the style sheet. Can spacecraft defend against antimatter weapons? Hope that helps.
weird, i had the same prob recently but w/a d3 js script. Browse other questions tagged html css or ask your own question. Css Link Not Working I don't see where is the problem in the provided link. Css File Not Loading The link referenced above is properly closed in my code.
Thanks for the suggestions and advice. http://win8s.com/not-working/external-css-not-working.html This was UTF encoding problem so I just opened my files in a text editor and then saved them as UTF-16. That said, here are a few common author errors, and workarounds for some browser bugs. Why is "Try Again" translated to やり直す? Internal Css Not Working
Here's some more info on al the different ways you can apply CSS What's codepen? Css Not Linking To Html Then you should check the Stylesheet tab and see the list of stylesheets the browser loaded. 3. I guess I'll do my nails while I wait...
This is the first time I've seen this developers tool. where's this section? –James Dorfman Jan 2 '14 at 2:34 Take a look at my edit. Identity Archipelago Twitter Flickr GitHub Makerbase Facebook LinkedIn Projects Elsewhere An Event Apart Complex Spiral Consulting Rebecca’s Gift css-discuss Microformats S5 Redesign Watch archive Slashdot Blue .css Not Working Jquery IE11 won't call the external stylesheet.
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In theory, you could LINK in styles for display on a monitor, different styles for printing, and so forth. Silly mistake with the style tag. Here is a simple setup. Early vs Earlier Isn't AES-NI useless because now the key length need to be longer?
In the meantime, between the free validators, the folks in ciwas, and future editions of "Sense of Style," you should be able to find the help you need-- so keep on I've followed the suggestions listed by various posters but nothing seems to work. It was just not showing the style on my page. share|improve this answer edited Jan 2 '14 at 4:06 Pbk1303 2,18221434 answered Jan 2 '14 at 2:43 James Dorfman 1443312 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign
The difference is shown in Figure 1. Correct example:
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There are the articles here at Web Review, of course, but they may not cover your particular situation. Make sure you're not in compatibility view or anything (the meta tag should be forcing it compliant but still...) If literally it it ONLY you who has the issue, then it's Now, I know it's not me. Duh.