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Multiple CSS in custom theme/CSS priority?
« on: November 30, 2009, 02:57:31 am »

Hello -

I'm currently working on the finishing touches of a custom theme to integrate CPG into a website I run. I'm having an issue with multiple CSS documents, and which takes priority.

Here's the run down...

The main site uses a navigation menu comprised of an unordered list with 2 layers of list elements to make sub-menus, etc. The menu has 2 CSS sheets associated with it, in addition to the site having it's own CSS (I'm currently in the process of condensing all that, but let's ignore that for now).

Where my problem lies is in my custom header with CPG. In the <head> tag, I've added all my CSS calls and made the appropriate changes so they are called through their respect path's. The navigation menu is showing up, but is being styled differently then the main site.

My question is, do CSS sheets have different priorities on when they are called? I'm stumped on where to modify seeing as my menu shows up properly on the main site.

My links...

Main site: http://www.jokerspokerleague.com
Photo Gallery: http://www.jokerspokerleague.com/album

Thanks in advance for any and all help!
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