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12/12/2011 7:26 AM
 
Including a CSS like this "< link href="css/style_new.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" / >"
is not getting applied to the text in an HTML module of a SUB-Page or Child page. I have included in ModuleSettings----> Advanced Settings---->Header. Should i place the CSS files in a specific folder for Child Pages or what?. The same Text in an HTML Module of a parent Page is working fine. Please reply as soon as possible
 
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1/21/2012 7:28 AM
 
For css, each module can have its own css file. The file name is module.css and it must be in the desktopmodule\ folder. It is in automatically include by DNN module. The module.css is optional so it may or may not exist. If it does not exist, you could create one.
 
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