<link> statement - compile failure to see bug
If you use separate css' for each webpage, you'll need a <link> statement for each.
(See book page 50.) There is nothing wrong at all with the book in this regard.
But, be aware, if you accidentally insert a comma in a link statement, it's presence will
*not* be brought to your attention. I spent half a day comparing absolutely identical webpages, code, design, css, everything, until I spotted the comma.
In my case, the effect of the comma was to ignore everything in the link statment that followed it. This meant a simple 1 pixel border was not drawn at run time. Just to make it particularly nasty, the border WAS drawn at design time, just wasn't there at run time. Arggggggh!!!!!