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hey everyone, I've been having a little issue with my CSS files. I've included them into my files but whenever i go to another part of my website the CSS file doesnt load with it until i hit the refresh button. Any thoughts on this little issue?

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thanks for the advice tried it but the is still could i have something to do with the fact that i dont include any style sheet in my menu.php(the navigation bar) page?
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thanks for the advice tried it but the is still could i have something to do with the fact that i dont include any style sheet in my menu.php(the navigation bar) page?
that might be a start...how else would you expect that page to exhibit your styles without a link to your stylesheet? You might as well provide a code or link to your site as well. Edited by thescientist
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i have a function included on every page that choses which lay-out to display. Maybe this is giving the problem since this function only tells what layout to choose but the menu bar is written in a different file and included after the function.Update:After going through my code i've found the function to be the problem. The issues has something to do with the way i currently have my if statements written For example:$switch = date("y/m/d");if ($switch==date("2009/11/09")) { ?> <div class="banner"> <img src="images\\standard_opmaak\\banner.jpg"/> </div> <?php echo "<link rel='stylesheet' href='style_standard.css' type='text/css'>"; }now the problem is the echo which is suppose to load the style sheet onto the page being loaded.Can anyone please give me a example on how to fix this or refference to a tutorial anything will do?

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if ($switch==date("2009/11/09"))If you're comparing today's date to a date in a string then this would be the proper way:if ($switch == "2009/11/09")I'm not totally sure about this, but there's certain keywords in PHP that you can't use. I know switch is one, but I suppose that if it's declared as a variable you'll be ok.

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thanks for the input RahXephon,Right now i have the border lines from my css file showing in every pagemeaning it's working....a bit the issue now is that it's not showing the backgroundcolor which i applied to <body>

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Post your CSS here.
good idea
 body{background-color:#00FF00;}li{}a{}ul{background-color:#00FF00;list-style: none;border: 3px solid orange;margin: auto;width: 150px;float: left;font-size: 16px;}div.banner{width: 1181px;height: 234px;border-bottom: 3px solid orange;border-top: 3px solid orange;border-left: 3px solid orange;border-right: 3px solid orange;}

hope this is any help my guess at the moment is that somewhere i my code i have a line that overwrites the stylesheets color

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you would know better than us. Do you have background-color for the <body> tag declared any where else? Maybe you should just show your entire .php page, because your stylesheet seems to be OK. Which elements are you getting borders on, because I think for your div.banner you might have to declare a border-style in order for the borders to show up.

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you would know better than us. Do you have background-color for the <body> tag declared any where else? Maybe you should just show your entire .php page, because your stylesheet seems to be OK. Which elements are you getting borders on, because I think for your div.banner you might have to declare a border-style in order for the borders to show up.
Well i do have the body tag declared in the other stylesheets but those are only loaded IF the statement is true.As for the banner i can see the borders on it just the background is giving issues at the moment.UPDATE:Problem solved. thanks for the help everyone. A valuable lesson taught Edited by elexion
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