How to add a CSS stylesheet outside of the header?
February 9, 2012 8:54 AM Subscribe
How do you add several additional CSS styles to a web page, when you don't have access to the header or the linked styles sheets? Yes, you can repeatedly declare an inline style for each piece of text, but that defeats the purpose of style sheets. A fuller picture of what is desire, along with backstory is below the fold.
posted by Brandon Blatcher to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
There's a content management system that I have to work with. It writes out A) the header, B) leaves room for the user to add HTML or inline CSS, then writes out C) a sidebar and footer.
In that B space, I need to make a list of information that covers every week of a year. CSS would be the best way to do this, but I don't have access to the header or the original style sheets and I'm not going to get them (seriously, not gonna happen). Inline styles could do the job, but being able to link or embed new CSS styles would be the best way, if possible.
Is there a way to add a link to or embed another CSS style sheet outside of the header of a webpage?