On February 13, 2004 07:19 am, patrick wrote about "Re: [thelist] CSS Based on Calendar Dates": > You'll want to look at a scripting/server-side language (PHP works > nicely) that will check the date (or a part thereof) on each site visit. > Then using if/then/else or a swich statement you can select the css file > you want, then write that filename variable to the head of your document. Assuming that he means to switch the styles based on Todays date, and not the article date, why not just have a bunch of stylesheets like spring.css, summer.css, ramadan.css, etc, and just copy the appropriate one to site.css (or whatever your pages reference). You could even set up a bunch of cron jobs to change them based on time of day etc. This also means you can stick with static pages and save some CPU time.