Stephen Nicholas Tauro4,108 Points
Can a html document have two css files?
Can a html document have two css files i.e. one within style tags and the other an external css file. If yes then which one will override the other. If no then why?
Henrik Hansen23,176 Points
Yes. The styles in will override your external files. The style in your style attribs will override all others.
1. <div style="..."> is most important. 2. <style><!-- your style --></style> 3. External files will be overridden by 1. and 2.
You can also add as many of those as you would like, but you want to keep the amount of files down.
LaToya Legemah4,901 Points
Yes you can have two stylesheets within an html page. In the stylesheet within the page will override the external one based on the cascading order. I thinks its: external styles - internal styles - inline styles
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Kaitlyn Brown1,072 Points
You can also link to more than one stylesheet (this happens often when you are using a Google Font and you link to it as a stylesheet and then link to your custom CSS styles beneath that). However, best practice is to avoid inline styles and <style> tags altogether and rely on one single linked file. You can "fake" multiple files into one CSS file link by using the @import statement at the beginning of your primary custom CSS file (for example, with Google fonts, Google will also provide an @import url that you can use inside an existing stylesheet). @import is used more often when you're using a framework with an existing stylesheet, like Bootstrap.