I'm working on a site at the moment, and the idea is for the site to be a different colour on each page, but keep the same design with everything else. There's only 4 pages, but each page needs to have all it's links, background graphics and such a different colour. For example, on the home page everything is blue, on the about page it's all yellow and so on.
I'm thinking of creating one HTML template, and one CSS file, and then developing the html in to the 4 pages, and having a styleblue.css, styleyellow.css, stylered.css and stylegreen.css for each page.
Do you think that's the best way? Or is there a way to get it working in one CSS file?
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