I created a simple file in dw main.css. It worked fine in dw and firefox testing - but failed in safari... many times I resent to web and cleared cache etc... but no joy
then I changed the name to something else and all worked
what went wrong? Is main.css some kind of 'protected term' or non permitted words that safari does not like?
btw this was the only code for it:
font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
No, there's no "protected" file names in HTML/CSS that I'm aware of.
Filenames are not protected, but if the browser does not recognize the file type then it will do unpredictable things with it. If you pointed your browser to main.css, you would probably see just text. Files with the htm, html, etc. extensions are interpreted by the browser as .html and processed as such.