Hi, well in my experience this is generally caused by the page not having the correct text type associated with it, e.g.,
go to the page properties dialog, then ‘Web Access’ -> Content type and choose Other, then enter text/css in the text box that appears. Pages are generally rendered as HTML which conflicts with the text type expected by the browser.
A better alternative would be to copy the CSS from the page, paste to a text editor, TextPad for example, save this to disc. In Notes Designer, open the required db and navigate to ‘Shared Resource’ -> ‘Style Sheets’ and import the CSS file saved earlier. Personally I’m not a fan of the Create resource method of form referencing, but hey I’m not doing it. My preferred method is to then is entering the below line in the HTMLHeadContent form field:
<link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”” + @WebDbName + “/globalStyle!OpenCssResource”>
Hope this helps