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Old 24-09-2008
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No CSS in Firefox

I am currently completing a website. There is a problem: The CSS did not appear in Mozilla Firefox, while everything appears normal with IE.

Is this a problem of CSS or XHTML, etc....I have no idea! It is very puzzling because the site is no longer the same layout.

PS: If you have any suggestions along the way. They are always welcome.
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I know that you normally indicates a CSS type in your call to the style sheet. The server is configured to issue a text / html files automatically with this extension. I suggest you rename your file. Css (Enjoy the passage to indicate a relative URL instead of a absolute URL)
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We can not choose extensions. There is no FTP client, it's done through the administration interface. Should replace:

<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="/stylecss-h2.html" type="text/css" />

by <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="/stylecss-h2.html" type="text/html" />?
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So you should change provider. It will leave you free to do a lot more things for a few bucks and you could have your own accommodation (at OVH or other).
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We can not choose extensions. There is no FTP client, it's done through the administration interface.
You can not even file a beast CSS ?

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<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="/stylecss-h2.html" type="text/css" />

by <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="/stylecss-h2.html" type="text/html" />?
no, I do not think it used to much. Because your file is not html.

At least, try to use an internal style sheet in your template.
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You can put your CSS rules in an element
Code:
 <style> 
  (CSS rules, lots) 
  </ style>
placed in the <head> element of your HTML pages.
(I think that is what kelfro meant by "use an internal style sheet in your template")
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