Currently those 15 Mods have almost no CSS in the mods at all.
I am managing the CSS in a separate File on my local PC.
I will be uploading that CSS-File to my Server via FTP each time after I updated the content of that file.
It would be easier to manage my CSS directly within anymod.
I wonder if the following approach might be a workaround-solution to accieve my goal:
Is there a way for me to manually deactivate the the [MOD-Name]- Selector(s) from beeing added to all CSS-Rules inside of a specific mod? That way I might be able to make sure the CSS will apply to more than merely that specific mod. This would serve my needs.
The CSS might not nessesarily be applied to the head-section. I might want to merely inject it as the first Mod below the starting-Body-Tag instead. Provided I can somehow get rid of the [MOD-Name]- Selector(s), that might already be all I need to run the CSS-Rules for all 15 Mods only once --> a separate Mod would the contain the CSS for all of those 15 Mods in need of that identical CSS-Rules.
This would only work if I was able to undo the [MOD-Name]- Selector(s) .
So: If there is an option I might use to disable those [MOD-Name]- Selector(s) from beeing applied to the CSS for a Mod, then let me know
While I am writing my reply, I started to dwell on using the JS-pane to dynamically change the Style-Rules for that MOD by manipulating all relevant style-elements after pageload. But that really totally feels like an overkill of cause.
If you have an idea how to get rid of those [MOD-Name]- Selector(s) effectively, glad if you can provide me with a hint ; )