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Snippet Name: Easy Style Sheet Switcher

Description: A few points of interest:

* The HREF links use JavaScript to set a browser cookie named "style".

* Since we are only setting one cookie and it's name is "style", we can read its value using "document.cookie.charAt(6)".

* If no cookie is set, "StyleFile" will evaluate to "style.css".

* The files names of the style sheets need to be "style.css", "style2.css", "style3.css", "style4.css", and so on.

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» CSS Colornames to RGB values

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Highlight Mode: JAVASCRIPT
Last Modified: March 15th, 2009

<html><head><title>Style Switcher</title>
VAR StyleFile = "style" + document.cookie.charAt(6) + ".css";
document.writeln('<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="' + StyleFile + '">');
</head><body><h2>Easy Style Sheet Switcher</h2><br>
<a href="javascript: document.cookie='style='; window.location.reload();">Style 1</a> |
<a href="javascript: document.cookie='style=2'; window.location.reload();">Style 2</a> |
<a href="javascript: document.cookie='style=3'; window.location.reload();">Style 3</a>

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