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Firefox doesn't load CSS file

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Hi! I'm a web developer and when I open a HTML file (located in my pc) firefox doesn't see the css file with styles. This is the code line with the css link: <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css">

If i go to the developer console it give me this error (translated): <The character encoding of the HTML document has not been declared. The document will be displayed with incomprehensible text in some browser configurations in case it contains characters outside the US-ASCII range. The character encoding of a page shall be declared in the document or transfer protocol>

How can i solve it? Thanks

Hi! I'm a web developer and when I open a HTML file (located in my pc) firefox doesn't see the css file with styles. This is the code line with the css link: ''<link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css">'' If i go to the developer console it give me this error (translated): ''<The character encoding of the HTML document has not been declared. The document will be displayed with incomprehensible text in some browser configurations in case it contains characters outside the US-ASCII range. The character encoding of a page shall be declared in the document or transfer protocol>'' How can i solve it? Thanks

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

I use the same line as you without 'type' which, IIRC, is redundant with HTML5. Perhaps you are need certain lines (or equivalents) which this site is refusing to print so I have attached a screenshot.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

I use the same line as you without 'type' which, IIRC, is redundant with HTML5. Perhaps you are need certain lines (or equivalents) which this site is refusing to print so I have attached a screenshot.

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Is the style.css file still present in the same location as the HTML file ?

Does the Style Editor show this file as loaded?

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Yes the CSS file is in the same location. The Style Editor doesn't see any css file