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I have some text at the end of my code that allows the user to know that they have succesfully added or deleted or edited a file in MySQL. They say things like "product added" or "product updated". For some reason this text does not adhere to the style sheets I'm using on all the pages.

Anyone experience this before???

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post your code ok.

are you using include"file.css"; or require_once"file.css";

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<html>
<link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="ds.css">

<head>
<title>LiquidCotton.com Admin - Edit/Delete Shirt</title>
</head>
<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">

<?php

include 'library/config.php';
include 'library/opendb.php';
error_reporting(0);


$shirt_id = $_GET['shirt_id'];

if(isset($_POST['delete'])) {

$query = "DELETE from shirts WHERE shirt_id='$shirt_id'";
$result = mysql_query($query) or die("Error: ". mysql_error(). " with query ". $query);

    echo "
<a href='admin.php'><img src='images/logo.gif' border='0'></a><br><br>
    Your shirt has been deleted!";

}



elseif(isset($_POST['submit'])) {

  $name=$_POST['name'];
  $comment=$_POST['comment'];
  $link=$_POST['link'];
  $site=$_POST['site'];
  $image=$_POST['image'];
  $active=$_POST['active'];
  $commission=$_POST['commission'];

  $query="UPDATE shirts SET name='$name', comment='$comment', link='$link', site ='$site',
  image ='$image', active ='$active', commission ='$commission' WHERE shirt_id ='$shirt_id'";

  $result = mysql_query($query) or die("Error: ". mysql_error(). " with query ". $query);
    echo
    "<a href='admin.php'><img src='images/logo.gif' border='0'></a>
    <br><br>Your shirt has been updated!";


} else
{


$data = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM shirts WHERE shirt_id ='$shirt_id'") or die(mysql_error());
$info = mysql_fetch_array( $data );

echo "<a href='admin.php'><img src='images/logo.gif' border='0'></a><br>
<form method='post' action='edit.php?shirt_id=$shirt_id'>
<TABLE>
<TR>
  <TD>Name:</TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='TEXT' NAME='name'  size=50 value='".$info['name']."'></TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Comment</TD>
  <TD><textarea rows='5' cols='50' name='comment'>".$info['comment']."</textarea>
</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Link</TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='TEXT' NAME='link'  size=50 value='".$info['link']."'></TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Site</TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='TEXT' NAME='site'  size=50 value='".$info['site']."'></TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Image</TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='TEXT' NAME='image'  size=50 value='".$info['image']."'></TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Active</TD>";

if($info['image'] == 'true') {


echo

  "<TD><input type='radio' name='active' value='true' CHECKED> Active
<br>
<input type='radio' name='active' value='false'> Inactive
  </TD>";

  }


  else {

  echo "<TD><input type='radio' name='active' value='true' > Active
<br>
<input type='radio' name='active' value='false' CHECKED> Inactive
  </TD>";

  }

echo

"</TR>
<TR>
  <TD>Commission</TD>
  <TD><INPUT TYPE='TEXT' NAME='commission' size=50 value='".$info['commission']."'></TD>
</TR>
<TR>
  <TD></TD>

  <TD><INPUT TYPE='submit' name='submit' value='Edit this Tee'>
      <INPUT TYPE='submit' name='delete' value=' Delete this Tee'></TD>
</TR>

</TABLE>
</form>";


}
?>

</body>
</html>

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I dont see anywhere in your html where you specify which css to use.

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Assuming both 'style.css' and 'ds.css' exist in the same folder as this file, the text styling of ds.css will overwrite/over-ride the styling in style.css if identical style attributes are included.

Since the text you're concerned about isn't in any container other than the body, you would need to style it thus:

[code]body {
    font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif;
    .... etc
}[/code]

Does that help?

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Yes. I didn't know that text needed to be in a container to have style sheets apply to it..I threw it in a <p> and it works fine.

Thanks!!!!

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