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I am setting up a Joomla 3 site and want to use custom global CSS which is template independent. The reason why I need this is that the admin of the site will need to change the template in use. I am setting up a few CSS styles which will need to be retained irrespective of the template in use.

Can some one tell me how to do this.

PS: I am relatively new to Joomla, so, please keep it in mind.

  • How template are you use? – Max Sep 10 '15 at 23:45
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For this, you can import a CSS file using a plugin which will inject the file into the <head> when it's being rendered.

I developed a small plugin some time ago which allows you to import as many custom CSS or JS files.

You can also find others on the Joomla Extensions Directory under the Coding & Scripts Integration category

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In protostar template:

  • Create file in /template/protostar/css/custom.css
  • Add in file /template/protostar/index.php after line ~44.

    $doc->addStyleSheet($this->baseurl . '/templates/' . $this->template . '/css/custom.css');
    
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    OP asked for a global CSS which is template independent. This solution would have to be implemented in each template :) In addition, component.php is a special file used to output the component part only (for print etc.), without any other content. In any case your code should be added to index.php. – johanpw Sep 11 '15 at 1:06

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