Ideally in your scripting language of choice, whatever you're using to include the header and banner, you should be able to set a variable and read it inside the header. Language ambiguous example: variable = "extra css please" include header and in the header if variable == "extra css please" print "Extra css link" Stefan Schwarzer wrote: > Hi, > > I have a rather complex web site. I have a standard header and > banner, which loads as well a couple of css/js files which are common > for all pages. But I have a few pages which need additional files. As > the css/js links should appear in the HEAD section, I wonder how this > should be accomplished then. In the moment I just insert the css/js > includes somewhere in the BODY section. It works, but it's not > correct XHTML. As I am willing to follow the standards, I would like > to change the situation, but I don't know how. > > Can anyone help me out here? > > Thanks a lot!