The concept is to have a profile document with a multi value field containing the stylsheet path. First entry has the lowest priority the last the highest priority.
First create a profile document and a multi value field
In my example the profile form is named “(DbSetup)” and the field is named “globalCSS”.
In the Form you add the following code into to the “HTML Head Content” form object. Explanation follows.
startTagCSS := "<link rel=\"stylesheet\" type=\"text/css\" href=\"";
endTagCSS := "\">";
s := @Name([CN]; @ServerName);
@If( s= "" ; varGlobalCSS:="css/global.css";varGlobalCSS:=@GetProfileField("(DbSetup)"; "GlobalCSS") );
@Implode((startTagCSS) + varGlobalCSS + (endTagCSS);@NewLine) + @NewLine
First I define the start and end tags. I then try to find out if it runs local or on a server. If it is local it gets the css path from the local application it self, otherwise it gets it from the profile document. Needed that to be able to debug without network access.
Then, on each entry in the GlobalCSS field, the start and end tag is added in front and back of the path. By using @Implode and @NewLine each entry will be separated with a new line. Last but not least I add an extra new line after. To make it look more readable.
If the field GlobalCSS contains [http://myserver.com/css/global.css”, http://myserver.com/css/second.css, http://myserver.com/css/third.css%5D we would get the following in the “<head>” tag on the web page.
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://myserver.com/css/global.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://myserver.com/css/second.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://myserver.com/css/third.css">
This is only for absolute paths, since the relative path changes depending on if the document is new or already exists.
In this case each entry has to be tested for the existence of http or “//” in the beginning of the path and add “../” in the beginning if it is not a new document. Hint use @IsNewDoc in combination with @Transform.