At 12:35 PM 2004-02-09, you wrote: >My question goes to how to best include styling directives for these >applications. Each application may require unique styling, therefore it is >not advisable to assume that an application global stylesheet can be >inserted into the containing template's HEAD section. Although this would >possibly be the most optimal solution. This in part, I imagine depends on the language you are using. I have the same set of circumstances, multiple fuses (apps). I tend to create a style sheet for each app, and use unique identifiers <table id="contact-form">, <table id="contact-feedback">, <form id="store-shoppingcart">. This enables you to create a global style sheet if that's what you wish. I also write links to the style sheets out based on the URI. If cgi.script_name contains "/store" I'll include the store's style sheet, same with "/contact" and so on. If you are using Coldfusion, there's a tag: cfhtmlhead. This will place the content of the tag between the <head></head> tags, just before the closing tag. Hope this helps. -- Frank Marion lists at frankmarion.com Keep the signal high.