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Hi,
I'm relitivly new to CSS and was wondering if it is possible to add links (my site navigation) to my CSS file so that i can update, chage and add links for all pages from my CSS file without having to go through them all individually. I've tried searching the web but most of my results are telling how to play with the way the links will look.
Thanks, Asher

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Adding Master (navigation) Links to my CSS

I really wish people searched Wink

You can't with CSS. What you need to use is Server Side Includes.

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Adding Master (navigation) Links to my CSS

Thanks
For the future (so i search better) what would you of searched for pineapplehead?
Asher

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Adding Master (navigation) Links to my CSS

I don't know really, I'm sorry Laughing out loud

But do it with PHP, it's easiest Laughing out loud

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