Yesterday I discovered that FireFox refused to read CSS files that did not have the CSS extension.
I have a basic CSS that's always read, based on the CSS extension (I have a script that automatically loads all CSS files found in the local directory).
Then I had a set of files with the extension .css2, and the script selects ONE of them in a random fashion.
After some trial and error I found that the files were not read as long as they did not have the extension .css.
I found another solution but now I wonder: Is this a standard restriction, or is it just FireFox? (I use 3.0.13).
I use the standard statement:
<link rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' href='filename' />