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Version 2.1 (I think with latest patches):
I have a journal stylesheet (for my particular journal); there is also the articleView.css in the same location as common.css.
When the article pages are built, the stylesheets are loaded in this order: common.css, articleView.css, journalStyleSheet.css;
I'd really like to have the order be common, journal, article - is there a way to do this? Or a way to add an articleView type style sheet for a journal that would only be called when one is on a full article page? I mean, without having to load a stylesheet with each individual article?
Or some better approach?
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