Where to keep css files?
On my site which is mainly images, I keep my images in a separate folder,
mainly because it makes them easier for me to find. Every .htm/.html page
uses two css files.
Does it make any difference to loading speed whether I store the css files
with the images ot in the main site?
It may not matter, but I noticed the Nvu stores all files other then .htmls
together and I wondered if there is a good reason for this.
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