> From: "Timothy J. Luoma" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> > so, did my argument come across clearly, or are you still wondering?
> It was both well thought out & clear.... I may have to take a nap, as
> I have no idea how to respond to such an occurrence on an Internet
> mailing list
wow, that's a first for me, too...
> Ok, I feel much better...
> I think the strongest point you made, imo, was about the home page.
> I think my solution might be a bit different though... I think I may
> make a separate page for the home page and leave the rest in the
> global file.
not a bad idea, especially given that many home pages have a
unique layout and some of page-specific CSS anyway -- at least a
lot of my sites do...
> Will have to think about it. I don't update my CSS all that often
> that it would be noticeable for return visitors to have to wait for
> the download.
curious to hear your resolution... keep us posted...
> Besides, just think of all the FONT and TD bits they are saving ;-)
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