Depends on how the page is coded. If a CSS file is completely missing, then any style that was conferred by that sheet will just default to the browser standards. You can simulate this by temporarily renaming the CSS file for a Freeway-designed page. In that case, the layout will probably stay very much the same, and the only real change will be to the type. On a page that is more hand-coded, you may find that the layout changes along with the type. But all of the content will appear on the browser’s screen, except for background images that might have been specified in the CSS.
On Jul 5, 2012, at 1:48 PM, RavenManiac wrote:
As some of you know, I’ve implemented Perch on my most recent website. Today, I was doing some maintenance work and I broke several Perch template links to Perch’s external CSS files.
Quite frankly, I thought all of the Perch pages would blow up until I fixed those links. However, much to my surprise they didn’t. When a page cannot find it’s CSS file, what happens?