This is a tricky one. The general rule of thumb is that if a referenced style sheet is in the master file, then it should be in the document root. However, if you have access to the document root, then you should be able to point to it. For example, if you have a document that references an external style sheet, then it should be in the root folder of your document root.
Sure it can be tricky, but you’re more likely to get it wrong if you don’t know what you are doing. But that doesn’t mean you should be lazy and leave your reference out of the master file. There are ways to reference stylesheets from other locations that will work, but these require having access to the master file.
And even in the case of having a reference in the root, not in your document root, your reference is still relative to the document you are currently working on. The document that you are working on is the master file. You could also reference the stylesheet from the current working directory, but then your document will be out of sync with your master file.
This is one of the reasons why I hate to read code online. The way it is written, it’s all too easy to get lost in the specifics of your stylesheet, and end up with syntax errors.
I’m not sure what you mean here. The style sheet that you are currently working on is what is referred to as your document root. I think this is a good thing. It is the document that will be parsed by any other files that you have opened. And yes, it is the root of your document.
The style sheet you are working on is a CSS file. It is a nice, clean and professional file that is easily searched for, and is pretty easy to read. It is part of the HTML page you are working on. It is a good idea if you want it to look like a normal style sheet or something.
This is pretty common in HTML. Many of the pages on the web use a style sheet for layout. In particular, if all your pages are going to have the same layout, you can put it in your document root. This is good for SEO. It makes it much easier to find the style sheet on your page as you are more likely to use that style sheet if you’ve put it in your document root.
I think the question is where is it placed on your document root and not where is it referenced. A style sheet is referenced when you write a style sheet and the style sheet is located in a style sheet file. When you reference an external style sheet, it is referenced in the style sheet itself. If you put a style sheet in your document root then it is not referenced by the document. You are referencing it in a style sheet file and that is where it is located.
There is a problem with the way the script works. It’s not a new style sheet that has been there for a while, but there was a problem when you created it in the past and it was stuck in a style sheet that was located there. It’s a problem when you’re creating an external style sheet that contains some text and has a very specific style. You can’t reference it in your script file.