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2.2.26 [HTML] Section 14.3.2, Specifying external style sheets

V0095:

The specification states:

User agents should provide a means for users to view and pick from the list of 
alternate styles. The value of the title attribute is recommended as the name of 
each choice.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0096:

The specification states:

Authors may also use the META element to set the document's preferred style sheet.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0097:

The specification states:

The preferred style sheet may also be specified with HTTP headers.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0098:

The specification states:

If two or more META declarations or HTTP headers specify the preferred style sheet,
 the last one takes precedence. HTTP headers are considered to occur earlier than 
the document HEAD for this purpose.

Quirks Mode and IE7 Mode (All Versions)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0099:

The specification states:

If two or more LINK elements specify a preferred style sheet, the first one takes 
precedence.

Quirks Mode and IE7 Mode (All Versions)

LINK elements are processed in document order, whether or not a title attribute is supplied.

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