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RRRaney
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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

 

 

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