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  1. RRRaney

    @Statements

    Hello, I have read that the @charset and the @import statements must be the first thing in a StyleSheet if they are being used. I have been using this with IE8 and Firefox 27.0, it seems to work fine. @charset "UTF-8";/****************************************************************************************** Name: Default.css* Version: 1.0.0****************************************************************************************** Description: *****************************************************************************************/@import url("../.Library/.Style/Base-1.0.0.css");@import url("../.Library/.Style/Extension-1.0.0.css");@import url("../.Library/.Style/Bulletin-1.0.0.css");/****************************************************************************************/body{ overflow-y: scroll; background-color: #FFF; background-image: url("../Image/Background-body.png"); background-repeat: repeat-X;}.....bla bla bla I like using this because it will completely load the first import before the rest (from what I can gather). I also like to have a heading at the top of my files. Will this fail on other browsers or versions? Thanks, Raney
  2. Hi there!! Is there any way to import values of an Excel spreadsheet's fields using PHP? any help will be appreciated! Thanks in advance!! atar.
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