About Regular Stylesheets

A regular stylesheet lets you store styles for general content in your project, including tables, to control how that content looks. A table stylesheet, on the other hand, is used only for tables. See About Table Stylesheets.

You can have as many styles as you want within one regular stylesheet, and you can create as many stylesheets as you need (although one stylesheet is often sufficient for many authors and projects). The traditional location to store a regular CSS stylesheet in the Content Explorer is in the Resources\Stylesheets folder. However, you can store it anywhere in the Content Explorer that you like.

The exception to this is when you import source files that already include a stylesheet. In that case, Flare retains the structure of the imported files, storing the stylesheet in the same location where it resided in the source files.