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Howdy,

I decided to attach multiple styles to my site, and I just don't know if there is any way to avoid the browser to returning to the default style when I follow a link. When I select one the style changes and everything looks nicely but on the next page there is that same default style. It's not that I don't like it, but it is also annoying to change the default style for debuging the style sheet...
I could do it with PHP but I don't feel like this is really neccessary...

I'd be thankful for any help on this one...

Fruits rock!

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Non-swaping multiple Styles

Hi eff,
You may have to write the info to a cookie.
Here's an article that should help.

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Non-swaping multiple Styles

Where is it? Laughing out loud

Fruits rock!

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Non-swaping multiple Styles

Hi eff,
I'm don't like to put people down but I'm a bit disappointed in your telepathic abilities :roll:

http://www.alistapart.com/articles/n4switch/