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    I have cpanel on my host and recently made a public ftp folder in which I put some folder of my work which i want users to download. but I want to know how to apply my css style onto the index page of the folder which shows the files. Its not very user friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelojoseph17 View Post
    I have cpanel on my host and recently made a public ftp folder in which I put some folder of my work which i want users to download. but I want to know how to apply my css style onto the index page of the folder which shows the files. Its not very user friendly.
    You cannot use css to change the background of FTP folders. When people download from FTP folders the contents of the folder has a background, which cannot be changed. So, CSS only works with HTML files, it does not work with the appearance of an FTP folder.

    Edit: However, if the pace you want CSS to effect is an html page, then in the header of that file type in <style type="text/css">@import url(filename.css);</style>. If your want that code to be internal to the page, then just enter the attributes inside the style tags, but it must begin with <style type="text/css">, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotenks05 View Post
    Edit: However, if the pace you want CSS to effect is an html page, then in the header of that file type in <style="text/css">@import url(filename.css);</style>. If your want that code to be internal to the page, then just enter the attributes inside the style tags, but it must begin with style type="text/css">, anyway.
    An alternative way is

    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css" media="screen,projection" />

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del View Post
    An alternative way is

    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css" media="screen,projection" />
    True, this may work, but the way I told him allows more than one stylesheet to be embedded in the page, all under one set of style tags. Go ahead and choose which way you do it, but it really depends on if you're going to add more stylesheets or not to the HTML page.

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