First, inlined CSS applied to elements has higher priority than the element CSS from css files.
As elements created by Edge Animate are styled by css inlined to the element tag, this inlined CSS will override any CSS from css files.
If you still need to import CSS files, please tell us for what scenario are you using it for?
Thanks a lot for replying, actually i am creating a short LAMP animation. In which i used Blur filter on the fire flares(SVG images), everything works just fine on google chrome, but for IE10 & Firefox the filter seems not working, so i need to know is it possible to override the fallbacks for the Blur Filter through external StyleSheet.
IE10 & firefox rendered Image, blur filter not working Google Chrome rendered Image, blur filter working perfectly
So, can you please guide me, what shall i do in maintaining quality of my graphics as well while such animation's.
CSS3 filters support is still not available in IE and Firefox as you can see @ http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-filters
So, even the external stylesheet won't help.
What I would recommend is that you create the svg with the blur filter using the tool using which you created the flare svg file, and then import that blurred svg into edge Animate and use it without using CSS3 blur filter. And svg filters are supported in all major browsers (http://caniuse.com/#feat=svg-filters)