Have you tried using the “Apply to All” setting in the SSL? That should force the use of the desired css as a workaround.
Yes, I have the Apply to All setting checked as well. Any other suggestions?
That should work – is it located in the root of the project folder?
Yes, the custom .css file is in the root of the project folder; but I
figured out the problem. The name of the .css file had a space in it.
(Application Help.css) Evidently, the space was the issue. When I renamed
it to ApplicationHelp.css, everything worked as it should and the custom
style sheet was applied to the WebHelp output. It is definitely strange
that there is not an issue with the space in the HTML help output but there
is with WebHelp output.
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 11:53 AM, Jeff_Coatsworth