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There are some kinds of changes where you won't know if they work until you try it on a test system... or in this case a live system... this isn't one of them. CGI is (still) in the Perl core, so this one is particularly easy to test locally.

use CGI ':standard'; my @cssFiles = ("src1"); push @cssFiles, "src2"; print start_html(-style=>{-code=>"code",-src=>\@cssFiles}); __END__ ... <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="src1" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="src2" /> <style type="text/css"> <!--/* <![CDATA[ */ code /* ]]> */--> </style> ...

So that's a yes, frozenwithjoy's suggestion should work, provided you use an array reference (-src=>\@cssFiles, not -src=>@cssFiles).

If you had a test system, even if it's not an exact mirror of the live system but at least can execute your code, may have saved you the ~20 hours wait on a solution...

In reply to Re^3: Style in CGI Header by Anonymous Monk
in thread Style in CGI Header by Anonymous Monk

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