I have a default stylesheet with all my text-related styles that I use on a regular basis already predefined. That way, when I start a new project, I simply copy this file into the project and all my text settings are ready to use or change.
As I set the Class and ID for the elements in RLM, I put those in this stylesheet. That way, if I want to affect them further from what RLM does internally, I already have a full list of them in one sheet.
This is where all the styles that affect images are placed.
If the site displays ads, I put them in this file.
This is where all any additional styles for the site go.
If I have other applications that generate css that I might alter, I create a css for each application separately (like with RLM above). Custom styles for a google map would be google_styles.css and so on. It means that I have a lot of stylesheet links in the head, but the ease with which I can find styles to edit and the increase in speed make it totally worth it for me.
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