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Hello

The pages under development are all transcribed audios.

One page with formatted text that I did a Word import.

I am using an external style sheet.  A basic text style sheet.

Paragraphs and H tags.

To see how the page loads – I have different colors to test the header tags. For h4 (orange), h5 (green) , h6 (blue). The header tags do not show up in any browsers.  If I adjust the paragraphs those changes show up.

I have my teststyles at the root and in folder …css

<link rel="textstyles" type="text/css"  src="textstyles.css"/>

<link href="../../../css/textstyles.css" rel="textstyles"  src="textstyles.css"/>

 

Last week I noticed this behavior thinking that the saved as textstyles.css needed to settle into the Server.

 

Here is one of the transcription pages that I am working on.  I will have eventually over a 100 transcription pages – all uncomplicated word document – using this simply css file to establish uniformity.

Let me know what can be done to make CSS work.

Thanks!

 

http://www.meherbabalibrary.org/babalist/list_l/filis/list_l_life-circular-33-new-life-doc.html 

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External CSS Changes Unaffected

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Hello

The pages under development are all transcribed audios.

One page with formatted text that I did a Word import.

I am using an external style sheet.  A basic text style sheet.

Paragraphs and H tags.

To see how the page loads – I have different colors to test the header tags. For h4 (orange), h5 (green) , h6 (blue). The header tags do not show up in any browsers.  If I adjust the paragraphs those changes show up.

I have my teststyles at the root and in folder …css

<link rel="textstyles" type="text/css"  src="textstyles.css"/>

<link href="../../../css/textstyles.css" rel="textstyles"  src="textstyles.css"/>

 

Last week I noticed this behavior thinking that the saved as textstyles.css needed to settle into the Server.

 

Here is one of the transcription pages that I am working on.  I will have eventually over a 100 transcription pages – all uncomplicated word document – using this simply css file to establish uniformity.

Let me know what can be done to make CSS work.

Thanks!

 

http://www.meherbabalibrary.org/babalist/list_l/filis/list_l_life-circular-33-new-life-doc.html 

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287 code errors are not helping you.

http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.meherbabalibrary.org%2Fbabalist%2Flist_...

 

This stylesheet is 404 not found on server

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" src="textstyles.css"/>

 

This is invalid code.

<link href="../../../css/textstyles.css" rel="textstyles" src="textstyles.css"/>

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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