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How To Apply One Style To Every Page That I Open In Internet Explorer 6?

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Hi. Well here is what i want to do.

I create a css/htt file in Windows, now I want that every page that i view in Internet Explorer on my PC, the style that i created should be applied to them. It is possible, I have read about it, its just that i am not able to do it. For reference you can check about "Trojan_Bookmarker_B". Also in firefox I have done it.
http://blog.outer-court.com/archive/2005-01-19-n34.html
Check this link for reference.

In Internet Explorer I am not able to figure that out so far. Looking Forward.

Kashif
Oct 7 '06 #1
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To link an external stylesheet you just need to put the following coding in the <head> tags:

<link href="pathtostylesheet.css" rel="stylesheet" />

And that's it. Just put that in the <head> tags for all the pages you want to use the stylesheet, and it should work. I've tried and tested it in IE, Firefox, NS and Opera.
Oct 9 '06 #2

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Well Thnakx for the reply but thats not what I am talking about. I have done some more work on it and I have found something more but still it is not working. I am using Windows XP. Open Internet Options, The first tab is general, on the bottom of that there is accessibility, click that, the next screen you see, there you can give a style sheet. and that style sheet is supposed to apply to every page that you open in Internet Explorer. But so far I am not able to get it working......
Oct 9 '06 #3

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