In the context of this exercise, can we apply multiple stylesheets to a single page?
Yes, you can apply more than one stylesheet to an HTML file.
For each stylesheet you link to a page, you would just need to add an additional
<link> element. Like so,
<link href="style1.css" rel="stylesheet"> <link href="style2.css" rel="stylesheet"> ...
However, when applying more than one stylesheet to your page, there are a few things you may want to keep in mind.
When linking multiple CSS files, the styles are applied in the order that they are linked in the HTML document. So, in the above code, all the rules from
style1.css would be applied first, then the rules from
style2.css will be applied. This can cause similar rules to overwrite the rules from the previously linked files.
In addition, linking too many files, in general, can affect the performance of a webpage, since each file must be loaded into the browser. More files will mean that more of them must be transferred and loaded from the server, which can slow down the loading time.